Conditions We Treat

Back and Leg Pain
As the second most common reason behind doctor’s visits, leg pain can be the result of countless causes – which our doctors can diagnose once they know more about your specific symptoms.
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
If every step is agony, you might have CRPS – a painful condition where pain perception is dysregulated. Take action and take control of this agonizing condition today.
Headache
Sometimes, it’s not “just a headache”. Head pain can be caused by countless culprits, and getting to the root of it might not be as complicated as you’ve been told. Once we know more about your symptoms, we can help you get rid of your headaches once and for all.
Migrane Headache
If your headaches are regularly accompanied by nausea, vomiting, or light sensitivity, they might not be headaches at all. From hormonal changes to stress, various factors can contribute to migraines – but through careful assessment, you can start feeling better again.
Knee Pain
It’s no wonder knee joint cartilage often wears down – these unsung warriors bear the weight of almost our entire bodies every single day. But failure to take care of our knees can lead to much more serious consequences later in life, like osteoarthritis and inflammatory diseases.
Neck and Arm Pain
Neck pain is a common pain syndrome and complaint for a large portion of the population at any age. Neck pain can make performing the simplest tasks extremely difficult.
Neuropathic Pain
Neuropathic pain is caused by damage or malfunctioning of the nervous system. Diseases that affect and damage the nervous system can also cause Neuropathic pain.
Pain After Surgery
Pain after surgery is a common normal and expected experience in modern medicine. It usually starts in the first few weeks after surgery.
Shoulder Pain
The shoulder, just like the knee, is a highly mobile and functional joint.
Pain in Other Locations
Pain from organs in the thorax, such as the small or large intestine, liver, gallbladder, kidneys, and reproductive organs, can all contribute to several pain syndromes.
Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA) pain
After a motor vehicle accident, high levels of continuous neck pain are reported in cross-sectional studies. MVA’s can cause injury to your body from a very strong impact.
Trigeminal Neuralgia
Trigeminal neuralgia is a chronic pain condition coming from the trigeminal nerve. The function of the trigeminal nerve is to supply sensation from your face to your brain. The pain can start near the top of the ear and split towards the eye, cheek and jaw on each side of the face.
Pudendal Neuralgia
An intense chronic pain in the area around the pudendal nerve is known as Pudendal neuralgia. The Pudendal nerve is located around the pelvic area.
Occipital Neuralgia
The pain symptoms of Occipital neuralgia are often described as a headache-like symptom. The pain is characterized by severe piercing, throbbing, aching, burning, or shock-like pain. Patients may experience pain in different areas such as the upper neck, back of the head, behind the eyes or ears, and over the scalp on one or both sides of the head.
Post Cesarean Section Pain
After having a Cesarean section delivery, it can have a big impact on a mother’s physical and mental health. Seek pain relief prescribed from the doctor to speed up the recovery process.
The Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Pain
The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) connects your jawbone to your skull on each side of your face. Injury and inflammation may damage the TMJ joint which could lead to a painful condition, known as TMJ disorder.
Post Cosmetic Surgery Pain
People who undergo cosmetic surgery such as liposuction or any other cosmetic plastic surgery, may suffer from pain after surgery. Working closely with your doctor and following up with postoperative instructions is crucial for managing pain.
Joint Pain
Joint pain is a common problem that is usually a result of injury or disease affecting any ligaments, bursae, or tendons within or surrounding a joint. It can be acute or chronic.
Pelvic Pain
Pelvic pain is a symptom that may develop from many different conditions, such as an infection.
Scalp Pain
Scalp pain can occur from several factors, such as a traumatic head or brain injury, skin conditions, and headaches.
Inguinal Pain
Inguinal or groin pain is discomfort that happens in the groin area, usually in the lower portion of the anterior abdominal wall and upper thigh or hips. The etiology of inguinal pain is known to occur from tendon, muscle or ligament strains.

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