Conditions We Treat

Conditions We Treat

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We treat all demographics - from newborn to 95 years old patients - who are suffering from muscles, joints and nerves pain, without recruiting to surgery, medications or injections. We also provide specific Chiro/physio treatments Ottawa to those who are looking to optimize their performances in competitive sports but do not have any particular complaints. From the list below, select the area(s) in which you are experiencing pain and view the associated conditions that we treat:

  1. Tension-type headache
  2. Cervicogenic headache
  3. Migraine headache
  4. Mixed Headache Syndrome
  5. Acute headache
  6. Suboccipital syndrome
  1. TMJ pain
  2. TMJ capsular sprain
  3. Myofascial pain syndrome of masticatory muscles
  4. Bruxism (teeth grinding)
  5. Recurrent jaw locking
  6. Previous dislocation of the jaw
  7. Headaches
  8. Screen for teeth occlusion (referral for dentist)
  9. Screen for trigeminal neuralgia (referral to neurologist)
  10. Neck sprain/strain
  11. Torticollis
  1. Cervical Degenerative Disc Disease
  2. Cervical facet joints irritation
  3. Cervical facet hypermobility
  4. Cervical facet joints sprain/strain
  5. Cervical facet syndrome
  6. Mild to moderate cervical spinal stenosis
  7. Cervical disc bulge
  8. Cervical disc herniation
  9. Cervical disc extrusion/prolapse
  10. Cervical osteoarthritis
  11. Torticollis
  12. Mild to moderate cervical joints instability
  13. Poor postural strain/sprain
  14. Cervical radiculopathy (neck pain with upper extremity tingling/numbness)
  15. Fibromyalgia
  16. Myofascial pain syndrome
  17. Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (T.O.S)
  18. Scoliosis
  19. Mild to moderate muscle tear
  20. Rotator cuff injury
  21. Old compression fracture
  22. Whiplash injuries (car/sports injuries)
  1. Costoverterbral (rib) irritation (one sided chest pain with mid-back)
  2. Thoracic osteoarthritis
  3. Thoracic degenerative disc disease
  4. Thoracic facet joints sprain/strain
  5. Thoracic facet syndrome
  6. Mild to moderate thoracic spinal stenosis
  7. Occupational thoracic sprain/strain
  8. Thoracic facet joints hypermobility
  9. Scoliosis
  10. Thoracic hyperkyphosis
  11. Myofascial pain syndrome
  12. Scheurmann's Disease
  13. Early ankylosing spondylitis (co-managed with rheumatologist)
  14. Thoracic disc herniation/bulge
  15. Old compress fracture
  16. Myofascial pain syndrome
  17. Fibromyalgia
  18. T4 syndrome (burning pain between shoulder blades)
  19. Rotator cuff tear/tendinitis
  20. SICK scapula
  21. Mild to moderate winging of the scapula
  22. Organic pain detection (rule out pain from organs for referral)
  23. Motor vehicle accident injuries
  1. Lumbar degenerative disc disease
  2. Lumbar osteoarthritis
  3. Lumbar spondylolytic spondylolisthesis
  4. Lumbar degenerative spondylolisthesis
  5. Lumbar spinal stenosis
  6. Fused lumbar vertebrae
  7. Post-surgical lumbar fusion
  8. Lumbar myofascial pain syndrome
  9. Muscle contusion/mild-to-moderate tear
  10. Lumbar facet joints sprain/strain
  11. Lumbar facet joints irritation
  12. Lumbar facet syndrome
  13. Lumbar disc herniation
  14. Lumbar disc bulge
  15. Lumbar disc prolapse/extrusion
  16. Lumbar radiculopathy (back pain with lower extremity numbness/tingling)
  17. Sciatica
  18. Mechanical low back pain
  19. Episacral lipoma
  20. Sacroiliac syndrome
  21. Piriformis syndrome
  22. Iliopsoas strain
  23. Quadratus lumborum strain
  24. Sacroiliac joint pain
  25. Sacroiliac dysfunction
  26. Early ankylosing spondylitis
  27. Flattening of lumbar lordosis
  28. Lumbar scoliosis
  29. Detect organic pain for referral to physician (kidney infection/cancer...)
  30. Coccyx pain
  31. Sacral pain
  32. Motor vehicle accident injuries
  1. Groin pain
  2. Meralgia paresthetic
  3. Sports hernia
  4. Detection of femoral stress fracture
  5. Hip labral tear
  6. Iliopsoas bursitis (internal snapping hip)
  7. Detection and management of Legg-Calvé-Perthes disease
  8. Loose bodies (chondral lesions)
  9. Osteoarthritis of the hip
  10. Early stable osteonecrosis of the hip
  11. Slipped capital femoral epiphysis
  12. Transient synovitis (3-8 years old)
  13. External snapping hip
  14. Greater trochanteric bursitis
  15. Greater trochanteric pain syndrome
  16. Gluteal muscle tear/avulsion
  17. Iiac crest apophysis avulsion
  18. Hamstring muscle strain/avulsion
  19. Ischial apophysis avulsion
  20. Ischiofemoral impingement
  21. Piriformis syndrome
  22. Sacroiliac dysfunction
  23. Sacroiliac osteoarthrtis
  24. Hip pain arising from low back injuries
  25. Post-surgical old hip replacement
  26. Posterior/Anterior hip capsule restriction
  1. Knee osteoarthritis
  2. Knee degenerative joint disease
  3. Osgood-Schlatter Disease (teenagers)
  4. Early osteonecrosis (AVN) of the knee
  5. Baker's cyst
  6. Mild to moderate tibial plateau fracture (co-managed with physician)
  7. Osteochondritis dessicans
  8. Pelligrini-Stieda syndrome
  9. MCL sprain/tear
  10. LCL sprain/tear
  11. PCL sprain/strain
  12. ACL sprain/strain
  13. Medial Meniscus tear
  14. Lateral Meniscus tear
  15. Leg length discrepancy
  16. Slipped capital femoral epiphysis
  17. Legg-Calve Perthes disease
  18. Lumbar radiculopathy
  19. Knee hypermobility
  20. Patellofemoral syndrome
  21. Patellar traction abnormalit
  22. Patellar tendinitis
  23. Chronic exertional compartment syndrome
  24. Shin splints
  25. CPPD (co-managed with physician)
  26. Myofascial pain syndrome
  27. Post-surgical old knee replacement
  28. Post-surgical knee repair
  1. Hamstring strain/sprain
  2. Gluteal complex strain/sprain
  3. Varicoses (co-managed with family doctor)
  4. Lumbar radiculopathy
  5. Sacroiliac dysfunction
  6. Sciatica
  7. Restless Leg Syndrome (co-managed with family doctor)
  8. Myofascial pain syndrome
  9. Myospasms
  10. Gastrocnemius strain
  11. Peroneal strain
  12. Achilles tendonitis
  13. Calcific Achilles tendinitis
  14. Shin splints
  15. Tibial stress fracture
  16. Tibial periostitis (secondary to excessive running)
  17. Mild to moderate tibial plateau marrow edema
  18. Proximal tibiofibular dysfunction
  19. Nerve entrapment
  20. Foot drop
  21. ITB syndrome
  22. Lower leg discrepancy
  23. Scoliosis
  1. Acute, chronic or recurrent ankle sprain
  2. Ankle mortise joint dysfunction
  3. Ankle capsule impingement
  4. Mild to moderate post-surgical ankle fusion
  5. Ankle osteoarthritis
  6. Ankle degenerative joint disease
  7. Ankle chondropathy
  8. Medial or lateral calcaneal nerves entrapment
  9. Tibial nerve entrapment
  10. Posterior tibialis tendinitis/strain
  11. Anterior tibialis tendinitis/strain
  12. Peroneal tendinitis/strain
  13. Flat feet
  14. Leg length discrepancy
  15. Scoliosis
  16. Sciatica
  17. Talar/Navicular/cuboid dysfunction
  1. Heel spurs
  2. Plantar fasciitis
  3. Flat feet
  4. Overpronation/Pes Planus
  5. Oversupination
  6. Heel fat pad syndrome
  7. Mild calcaneal stress fracture (co-managed with physician)
  8. Sciatica
  9. Quadratus plantaris strain
  10. Abnormal feet pressure points
  11. Morton's Neuroma
  12. Hammer toe
  13. Claw toe
  14. Mallet toe
  15. Hallux rigidus (arthritis of the big toe)
  16. Bunions
  17. Gait abnormalities (especially in children/teenagers)
  18. Diabetic ulcers / corns / warts (only treated by our chiropodist)
  1. Supraspinatus tear or tendinitis
  2. Calcific supraspinatus tendinirits
  3. One or more tear(s) in rotator cuff muscles
  4. Rotator cuff sprain/strain
  5. Impingement syndrome
  6. Acromioclavicular arthritis
  7. Acromioclavicular mild to moderate seperation
  8. Osteolysis of the acromioclavicular joint
  9. Labral tear of the shoulder
  10. Bursitis (night pain)
  11. Old shoulder dislocation
  12. Shoulder osteoarthritis
  13. Shoulder early osteonecrosis (managed with orthopaedic surgeon/physician)
  14. Shoulder dysfunction
  15. Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (T.O.S)
  16. Brachial plexus injury
  17. Weakness in shoulder
  18. Poor posture strain/sprain
  19. SICK scapula
  20. Mild to moderate winging of the scapula
  21. T4 syndrome
  22. Myofascial Pain Syndrome
  23. Whiplash injuries
  24. Scapulohumeral joint dysfunction
  25. Pectoralis strain
  26. Upper trapezius strain
  27. Levator scapulae strain
  28. Median nerve entrapment
  29. Bicipital tendinosis/tendinitis
  1. Nerve entrapment
  2. Bicipital tendinosis/tendinitis
  3. Triceps strain
  4. Bursitis of the elbow
  5. Tennis elbow (Lateral epicondylitis)
  6. Golfer elbow (Medial epicondylitis)
  7. Cervical Radiculopathy
  8. Pain from shoulder injuries
  9. Elbow and Forearm Overuse Injuries
  10. Little League Elbow Syndrome
  11. Plica Syndrome
  12. Radial Nerve Entrapment
  13. Occupational strain/sprain
  14. Elbow pain
  1. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  2. Superficial radial nerve entrapment
  3. Wrist tendinitis
  4. Wrist contusion (fall on wrist, without fracture)
  5. Wrist osteoarthritis
  6. Hand/fingers osteoarthritis
  7. Wrist degenerative joint disease
  8. Post-surgical carpal tunnel release rehabilitation
  9. Failed post-surgical carpal tunnel syndrome
  10. DeQuervain Tenosynovitis
  11. Weakness in grip
  12. Tingling in hands/fingers
  13. Mild to moderate trigger finger (if patient is not surgical candidate)
  14. Guyon's entrapment (pain in outside of hand, especially in cyclists)
  1. Spinal/joints pain related to pregnancy
  2. Senior care
  3. Spinal developmental screen in children
  4. Gait analysis
  5. Wellness Care for athletic population
  6. Athletic rehabilitation
  7. Catastrophic Injuries in motor vehicle accident (must be managed with chiropractor/physiotherapist at the same time, and followed up with lawyer and family doctor)