Pain Conditions

Myofascial Pain Syndrome

What is Myofascial Pain Syndrome? Myofascial pain syndrome (MPS) is a chronic pain disorder in which sensitive and hyper-irritable myofascial trigger points in the muscles cause pain. Pain frequently …

Piriformis Syndrome

Piriformis syndrome results from compression of the sciatic nerve as it runs past the piriformis muscle at the back of the hip.  Your piriformis muscle attaches the sacral bone …

Achilles Tendonitis

Achilles tendonitis/ tendinopathy is an inflammatory tendon problem.  Yet, the right evaluation and treatment provides a plan for reducing the pain and restoring the strength for the area to …

Cervicogenic Headache

Headache is very common, affecting almost half of the population.  In fact, fifteen to twenty percent of all headaches come from problems in the neck.  This type of headache …

A/C Joint Sprain

An A/C joint sprain is damage to the ligaments that support the acromioclavicular joint.  If you have suffered an acromioclavicular sprain, you have damaged the strong fibrous ligaments that …

Cervicogenic Vertigo

Your brain processes three different inputs to establish your sense of balance: your inner ear, your eyes, and tiny pressure sensors that line the inside of the joints of …

Who Goes to a Chiropractor?

I’m often asked to describe who goes to a chiropractor, basically to describe the “typical” chiropractic patient. Most patients in Memphis initially come in for back pain, neck pain or headaches. …

Prevent Back Pain- 5 Tips

There are tons of information about how to prevent back pain. Unfortunately, some of this information is conflicting, confusing, and inaccurate.  If you currently have back pain or episodic, …

Cervicogenic Headache Research

Cervicogenic headache (headache resulting from problems in the neck) is recognized by the International Headache Society as a distinct headache diagnosis. Cervicogenic headache is described as pain originating in …
Font Resize
Contrast
Call Us Text Us