Back and Spine Pain

Back pain can occur anywhere in the upper, middle, or lower back. Short-term (acute) back pain is often caused by strain or improper lifting and usually gets better after a few weeks. Long-term (chronic) back pain lasts longer than 3 months.

Hand and Foot Pain

Hand and foot pain can be the result of an obvious injury, but ongoing pain or numbness in the hands and feet can also indicate a more serious problem, like neuropathy, diabetes, arthritis, and other disorders.
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Hip and Leg Pain

Hip and leg pain can happen for many reasons, including lower back problems like sciatica. The pain can be a result of nerve, muscle, or joint damage, or an injury that might be causing inflammation.

Head Pain

Head pain includes pain or discomfort anywhere in the head or face and can vary in intensity and location. It can be a steady ache, a throbbing pain, or a more severe headache that causes nausea.

Muscle Pain

Muscle pain is a symptom of many conditions and disorders. It is often caused by overusing, or straining, a group of muscles, such as those in your back.

Neck Pain

At some point nearly all of us will experience neck pain, caused by something as simple as sleeping at an odd angle, an injury, or a more serious condition such as arthritis.

Nerve Pain

Nerve pain is sharp or burning pain that follows the path of a nerve. It’s most common in the feet and legs, but can occur in other parts of the body.

Other Pain

Find conditions that can cause pain throughout your body.