Common Orthopedic Conditions

Below are common Orthopedic conditions. Different conditions may often present with similar symptoms. Please consult with your doctor for a proper assessment and diagnosis for your pain or injury.


Structural and Postural Deviations:

Military Neck

Forward Head Posture

Common Injury Conditions:

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

Cervical Facet Syndrome



Hernated Nucleus Pulposus

Spinal Ligament Sprain


Structural and Postural Deviations:

Elevated Shoulders

Slumped Shoulders

Common Injury Conditions:

Frozen Shoulder (Adhesive Capsilitis)

Rotator Cuff Tears and Tendinosis

Shoulder Impingement Syndrome


Bicipital Tendinosis

Shoulder Separation

Glenohumeral Dislocation/Subluxation

Upper and Lower Back

Structural and Postural Deviations:



Excessive or Decreased Lumbar Lordosis

Common Injury Conditions:

Lumbar Facet Syndrome

Spondylosis & Spondylolisthesis

Herniated Nucleus Pulposus

Spinal Ligament Sprain

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