As with any part of the body, there are unfortunately some conditions that adversely affect the spine. One of the conditions that many people report having symptoms of is spinal stenosis, an ailment that can gradually affect the spine over time.
Scoliosis is a disorder of the spine that can occur at any age, but usually after the age of 10. Read on to learn more about scoliosis, its symptoms and what causes it, and possible treatment options including surgery.
Sometimes the cause of pain in the body is easy to identify. Other times, the cause of symptoms could originate somewhere seemingly unrelated. This is the case with a condition called thoracic outlet syndrome.
For those who have experienced it, sciatic nerve pain is hard to forget. The lower back pain associated with sciatica can be debilitating, and radiating pain from sciatica can affect a large portion of the body.
Scoliosis can often present with minimal symptoms, or may carry with it chronic back pain, respiratory problems, or an inability to move and exercise properly.
At NewSouth NeuroSpine we want to highlight National Neuropathy Awareness Week so you can be informed about this leading cause of disability in the United States.
Slightly different from a regular, run of the mill headache, a migraine is actually a neurological condition that not only appears with blinding headaches but other debilitating symptoms as well, such as nausea and vomiting.
Figuring out what is causing you pain can be a tough thing to do. If you think you have sciatica or already suffer from the problem, read on to learn a little bit more about the condition and how treatment is handled.
Without even realizing it, you may have experienced trauma in your elbow. Because you were unaware of the initial injury, you continually use your arm in a way that causes tension in your elbow joint. Over time, you can experience nerve damage...
Lumbago is another term for lower back pain. It can occur for many reasons, stemming from urological issues to injuries suffered in a car accident. In some cases, there is no direct cause of lumbago, but patients are still in pain and require treatment.