Cervicogenic headache and migraine:
Some headaches can arise from structures in the neck including the muscles at the base of the skull.
Shoulder girdle pain/dysfunction, including frozen shoulder:
Shoulders can often be linked with neck, arm, wrist and hand pain. The shoulder joint is held in place by four rotator cuff muscles that can be prone to a repetitive type of injury or a sports related injury.
This is often associated with a repetitive type of injury or movement, for example in mechanics, electricians and typists.
Hip and knee pain associated with osteoarthritis:
We will all experience some form of osteoarthritis at some point in our lives. Factors such as genetics and lifestyle are factors that contribute to the rate of wear and tear we have. Osteoarthritis can become a problem if it stops our joints moving normally causing pain and impinges on everyday activities.
Extremity joint conditions:
These are problems associated with feet, ankles, knees, elbows and shoulders that may arise from sports-related injuries.