Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar Fasciitis is the most common condition of heel pain. This condition occurs when the long fibrous plantar fascia ligament along the bottom of the foot develops tears in the tissue resulting in pain and inflammation.

Tennis Elbow & Golfer’s Elbow

Although these two are different types of injuries, Tennis Elbow and Golfer’s Elbow both involve a painful condition to the tendons of the elbow that is caused by repetitive movements.

Shoulder Tendonitis

Shoulder tendonitis is caused by injuries from repetitive or overuse. This condition produces inflammation in the shoulder tendons and can be very painful when moved in certain directions.

Myofascial Pain Syndrome

Myofascial trigger points are discrete, focal, hyper-irritable spots commonly located in a taut band of skeletal muscle, but they may also be found in other soft tissues.

Achilles Tendonosis

Achillodynia is a pain syndrome of the Achilles tendon, the tendon that connects the musculature of the calf to the calcaneus bone, and is caused by overstraining of the tendon.

Tibial Stress Syndrome

Medial tibial stress syndrome refers to pain along or just behind the tibia. The cause is overexertion of the shinbone and its surrounding tissue.

Jumper’s Knee

Also known as Patellar tendonitis is a condition caused by overstraining of the patellar tendon due to repetitive, unusual and / or acute tension in the area where the tendon connects to the bone.

Trochanteric Tendonitis

Trochanteric pain syndrome is a common regional pain syndrome. It is characterized by chronic and intermittent aching pain over the lateral side of the hip and a limitation of function.

Tailbone Pain

The tailbone is an interesting part of our bodies, and many have argued that this vestigial series of bones are actually structures from a time when our species had tails.