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Carpal tunnel syndrome

Carpal tunnel syndrome occurs when pressure on the median nerve results in weakness, tingling and numbness in your hand. The median nerve, along with several tendons, runs from your forearm to your hand. It passes through a small space in your wrist known as the carpal tunnel.  Carpal tunnel is not fun to live with but can be treated.
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Lower Back pain

The back is one of the more complex parts of your body. It is composed of the spine, disks, tendons, muscles and ligaments, any of which can become injured or strained, resulting in back pain.  Lower back pain can have a number of causes including: sports injuries, improper lifting, arthritis, postural imbalances, prolonged standing/sitting and stress.
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neck pain

Some of the most common contributors to neck pain include improper lifting techniques, trauma to the spine, poor postural habits, frequent cellular texting, working on a computer and osteoarthritis. Common symptoms include generalized stiffness, achiness, numbness and tingling in the hands, shooting pain in the arms, and pressure headaches.
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Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis is a form of bone disease and can be treated with different chiropractic techniques. It occurs when you make too little or lose too much bone. When this happens, your bones can become brittle and fragile and may easily break as a result of a minor fall or simple actions like bumping into something or even sneezing.
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Pinched Nerve Back Pain

Your nervous system connects your brain and spinal column to the rest of your body and is responsible for transmitting messages throughout. A pinched nerve occurs when there is pressure on a nerve caused by repetitive motions, holding your body in one position for a long time and traumatic injury.  The earlier you get diagnosed, the soon you’ll get relief.
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Plantar Fasciitis

One of the leading causes of heel pain, plantar fasciitis, is due to inflammation of a band of tissue, known as the plantar fascia, which connects your heel bone to your toes. The pain of plantar fasciitis worsens after a period of standing or sitting, then often lessens as your foot becomes suppler.  Although this condition is painful, it can still be treated.
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Slipped Disc

A slipped, or herniated disc, can occur in any part of your spine, though it is more common in the lumbar region. Between each of the spine’s vertebrae is a small rubbery disc that acts as a cushion, absorbing stress on the spine. The disc has a soft center with a tougher exterior. A slipped disc occurs when some of the softer material leaks out through a crack in harder coating.
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Upper back area pain

Because the upper back is very stable and has little motion, this area generally doesn’t tend to develop degenerative disc disease, spinal stenosis, or disc herniations like the lower back does. Though, it’s not as common as lower back pain, upper back pain can be very painful. It can arise as a result of trauma or sudden injury, or it can be caused by poor posture or strain over time.
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