Inflammation of the plantar fascia, the connective tissue on the bottom of the foot. Usually pain occurs in the heel.
Inflammations of the Achilles tendon. Generally an overuse injury.
Inflamed patellar tendon. This is the tendon right below your knee cap. Patellar tendonitis is common in teenagers and adults who areheavily into sports with a significant amount of jumping. Ie. Basketball, volleyball.
A nodule within a muscle of fascia that if pressed can cause referral pain to other areas of the body.
A bursa is a fluid filled sac that helps to protect your bone, bursitis is when this bursa gets inflamed.
Painful and stiff big toe.
Inflamed tendon, usually caused by overuse or injury.
Fibrous tissue that has healed over an injured area, it is more dense andcan cause movement restrictions.
Inflamed shoulder joint that is leading to pain and severe stiffness.
Pain on the outside of your elbow, caused by overuse. Can cause forearm pain, weakened grip strength and wrist pain.
Pain on the inside of your elbow, caused by overuse. Can cause forearm pain, weakened grip strength and wrist pain.
Are calcium deposits on the bottom of the heel bone. Can be caused byplantar fasciitis, tight feet muscles or overuse. (running)
Inflammation along the bone where the tibialis anterior muscle attaches to. Overuse injury, often in runners or track athletes.
Tiny fractures (cracks) in the bone. Overuse injury, generally to the foot caused by repetitive force.