Neck pain may originate with a pinched nerve, muscle strain, or abnormality in the vertebra.
Upper Back Pain
Upper back pain is most often caused by issues in the spinal column, but it may also be strained muscles.
Back pain is very common. Many people use poor posture when using their computers or mobile devices. Back pain may occur in the upper, middle, or lower back.
Degenerative Disc Disease
Degenerative disc disease is a type of osteoarthritis that occurs in the spine.
Also known as “slipped discs.” Extruded/herniated/bulging discs are those that have moved out of place in the spine. This may cause pressure on the nerves in the spinal column.
Post Laminectomy Syndrome
Also known as “failed back surgery,” post laminectomy syndrome occurs after a person has surgery to repair a back injury or disorder.
A prolapsed disc is one that is bulging from the spinal column or that has slipped out of place.
Sacroiliac Joint (SIJ) Pain
The sacroiliac joint is in the hip. Pain in this joint can be caused by erosion of the cartilage, inflammation and other ailments.
If you have a sharp, shooting pain that starts in your buttock and travels down your leg, you may have sciatica. The sciatic nerve is the largest in the body and travels through the pelvic bone and extends down the leg.
Scoliosis is a curvature of the spine. Most children are screened for the condition.
If our diagnostic testing finds that your spinal canal is narrowed, you may have spinal stenosis. It most often occurs due to aging.
In a person with spondylolisthesis, a vertebra has slipped out of place onto the vertebra below. This may put pressure on the nerves and cause pain.
The effects of aging may cause erosion of the spinal column. This is known as spondylosis.