The sacroiliac joints (SIJ) are the joints that connect your lower spine to your pelvis. The sacrum (tail bone) connects to the ilia (pelvic bones). In most people, the SIJ is a stiff joint that provides a stable link between the lumbar spine and pelvis, allowing only a few degrees of movement.
Cervical Radiculopathy is a clinical term describing neurological symptoms originating from the cervical spine (neck) which is irritated. This is commonly called “pinched nerve”. The nerve roots from the cervical spine may be compromised by many structures in the neck.
The temporomandibular joint is a hinge joint that connects your mandible (jaw) with the temporal bones of your skull which sit in front of your ear. It allows you to move your jaw side to side and up and down so as you can eat, talk and yawn. Pain caused by the TMJ is referred to as TMJ disorder.
What is Plantar Fasciitis? – Blog By Emily Shortal This common foot condition is pronounced – “Plan-tar fash–ee-eye-tus”. Plantar fasciitis is the most common cause of heel pain. Repetitive stress to the plantar fascia can cause pain. It is a thick, fibrous ligament on the sole of the foot running from the toes to the heel bone. […]
What is Fibromyalgia? Fibromyalgia is a condition characterised by unexplained, chronic and widespread pain throughout the body. The severity of symptoms can vary greatly between those affected, with the most common complaints including: Flu-like body aches Muscle tenderness Increased sensitivity to pain Headaches Fatigue Sleep disturbances Anxiety/Depression Problems with cognition (including memory and concentration) Bladder/bowel […]