People usually complain of carpal tunnel when they have numbness and tingling in their hands. When is it really Carpal Tunnel Syndrome versus Thoracic Outlet Syndrome or something else? What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS)? Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is when the median nerve is compressed in the carpal tunnel under the flexor retinaculum (thick band […]
Jaw pain is quite common. Up to 15% of US adults have jaw pain or restriction, and it as at least twice as common in women as it is in men. TMJ issues can be causes by acute trauma, repetitive trauma, stress, aging, and inflammatory disorders.
Benign Paroxysmal Postural (or Positional) Vertigo is a type of vertigo (often called dizziness or a spinning sensation). BPPV specifically happens when you turn your head one direction, you look up, or when you are lying on one side. The spinning sensation and sometimes accompanying nausea typically lasts up to a minute, and it happens each time the head is turned in that direction or is in that position.
We are OPEN and plan to be in the future as our health and ethics and the local government permit. We will be self-monitoring for any signs and symptoms of illness and taking our temperature daily before work. Our work is hands-on, and we are doing all we can to mitigate risks in our office. […]
Whiplash. Catch an edge on your snowboard or hit an unexpected cat track? Signs are a sore, aching, or stiff neck by the end of that day or the next. Whiplash is a strain of the neck muscles and possibly a sprain of the ligaments.