These days with physical activity opportunities becoming more and more sparse it is easier to injure ourselves. We’ve put this list together to help you figure out what you’re feeling and how to put a name on it!
Sprains are one of the most common injuries experienced by people. A sprain is a common term for any kind of ligament injury that involves overstretching or tearing of ligaments (the fibrous structures that connect bone to bone).
- Limited joint mobility
A muscle strain is almost the exact same thing as a sprain except instead of ligaments it is muscles and tendons (connecting muscle to bone) that are being overstretched or torn.
- Limited motion
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
A painful condition affecting the hands and fingers of individuals in which a nerve is being compressed in the wrist
- Pins and needles in fingers
- Numbness in the fingers
- Weakness in hands
Tendinitis is the inflammation and swelling of the tendons which connect muscle tissues to bone.
- Pain with movement
- Difficulty moving
- grating/cracking sensation present with movement
- Swelling and redness
No matter what your condition, common or uncommon, we treat it all! Check out our website for more information about physiotherapy and how to book an appointment to get you feeling better faster!