Common Conditions

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  • Back Pain and Injury

    Back pain can present in a variety of ways and it will be a little different for each person. It can range from a mild backache to intense and debilitating pain but rest ...

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  • Neck Pain and Injury

    Your neck is a highly complex structure made up of seven vertebrae and the discs between them, many joints, many muscles and ligaments, and several layers of fascia and skin...

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  • Headache and Migraine

    Headaches can occur for many reasons and can feel very different depending on the cause. Neck stiffness and dysfunction is a common contributor to headache and is frequently...

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  • Spondylolisthesis

    Spondylolisthesis occurs when one bone in the spinal column (vertebra) slips forward on the one below, usually in the low back just above your pelvis. This may be present fr...

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  • Disc Bulge or Prolapse

    Intervertebral disc prolapse is one of the more common conditions we treat at MOH. This type of injury is commonly called a herniated, ruptured or (very misleadingly) a slip...

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  • Hip Pain and Injury

    There are many causes of hip pain! In some cases, hip pain involves injury to the joints, cartilages, ligaments and tendons of the hip itself. However, many other musculoske...

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  • Sciatica

    Sciatica can be experienced as pain, numbness or weakness in the hip, buttock and leg. It can be any one of these symptoms alone, or can be in any combination. Sciatica is a...

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  • Knee Pain and Injury

    Knee pain is one of the most common clinical complaints - especially among athletes. The knee is a complex structure that includes bones and cartilages, the menisci, liga...

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  • Shoulder Pain and Injury

    The shoulder is not a single joint but a complex of four joints that function together to move the arm and hand. Injury or dysfunction to any of these joints can give simila...

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  • Ankle Pain and Injury

    The ankle joint is formed by three bones which are held together by a number of very strong ligaments. Because the ankles support the weight of the entire body, ankle injuri...

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  • Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

    The pelvic floor is a sling of muscles and ligaments that support key pelvic organs, including the bladder, bowels and the uterus in women. A strong pelvic floor is criti...

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