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Elite Performance Center, Progressive Sports Medicine, and Total Health Link helps patients with many different conditions. Please see the diagram below for information on common conditions we treat and how physiotherapy can help you.
NecK Pain & Headaches
When someone experiences neck pain, it typically runs from the base of their skull to the top of their shoulder blades, finally settling in the back of the neck. The pain can also vary in severity – some people suffering from neck pain report a constant dull ache, while others report sharp and stabbing pains. Neck pain can also come with additional symptoms, such as headaches and arm weakness.Read More
The American Physiotherapy Association reports that back pain is the most common type of pain across the United States. In fact, one out of every four Americans has experienced back pain in the past three months. Back pain typically develops as the result of an injury or muscle strain, but it can sometimes be difficult to determine whether it is general back pain or sciatica.Read More
Foot and Ankle
It is no secret that both your feet and ankles are very complex structures. They must work together in harmony in order to function at their optimal levels. According to the Arthritis Foundation, the ankle joint consists of three bones that all must interact with one another correctly, in addition to the various connective tissues that hold the assembly of the joint together.Read More
The shoulder is the most complex joint in the human body. It has to move through more than 180 degrees of motion in many directions, rotate, slide and spin. There are a variety of muscles that have to work in concert to ensure the shoulder joint tracks properly with everyday activities. It is made up of the humerus bone, scapula (shoulder blade) and clavicle (collar bone). There are technically 4 joints that make up the entire shoulder complex.Read More
Elbow, Wrist and Hand
There are a vast variety of muscles, tendons, bones, and joints that make up your upper extremities. Because of this, it can be difficult to determine exactly where your elbow, wrist, or hand pain is stemming from. There are several reasons why you may be experiencing pain, whether it’s an injury, ailment, or some sort of other underlying condition. Whatever the case may be, the pain can greatly impact your daily life.Read More
Your hip is a ball-and-socket joint that works to support the weight of your upper body, relying on multiple muscles and tissues to keep it mobile and stable so it can function properly. Pain felt in the hips may originate in the joints themselves, but it may also be a result of an underlying condition in another part of the body. This means that while you may be feeling pain in your hip, the problem could actually be rooted in a different part of your body.Read More
Knee, Balance and Walking
Your knee is a hinge joint, confined to forward-and-backward motions. The knees allow you to stand, walk, run, and dance without falling over.
Pain felt in the knees may originate in the joints themselves, but it may also be a result of an underlying condition in another part of the body. This means that while you may be feeling pain in your knees, the problem could actually be rooted in a different part of your body.Read More