Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Carpal tunnel syndrome is a pain condition that develops in the carpal tunnel between the wrist and hand. It is an overuse injury that causes stiffness, tingling, and other symptoms.
Cubital Tunnel Syndrome
The cubital tunnel is located in the elbow. Cubital tunnel syndrome may cause symptoms in the smaller fingers, hand, and forearm.
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)
CRPS develops after an individual has suffered an injury. The condition causes pain in the arms and legs.
Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy
Diabetic peripheral neuropathy is a condition that is experienced by individuals who have diabetes. The blood sugar issues of diabetes affect the nerves, causing pain in the arms and legs.
Allergies, abnormal growths, and injuries are just some of the reasons why a person may experience face pain. Even a pinched nerve in the neck can cause this type of pain.
Neuralgia is a generalized medical condition that causes occasional pain in the head and face.
Known more commonly as “pinched nerves,” nerve entrapments are conditions in which inflammation, growths, or other issues place pressure on a nerve.
Phantom Limb Pain
Phantom limb pain is a phenomenon that is experienced by people who have had a limb amputated. To the patient, the brain translates the pain messages as if the limb is still present.
Post Herpetic Neuralgia/Shingles
After the blisters of shingles heal, a person may experience post herpetic neuralgia/shingles pain. This often develops as a burning sensation on the skin.
The sciatic nerve is the largest in the body. It runs through the pelvic bone, and pressure on the nerve causes pain in the buttocks, legs and feet.
Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
Nerve entrapments in the ankle may cause tarsal tunnel syndrome. The person may experience pain in the foot and/or toes.
Trigeminal neuralgia is a condition in which a person experiences face pain due to pressure or damage to the nerves in the face.