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Musculoskeletal Physical Therapy

The musculoskeletal system includes bones, muscles, synovial sheaths, tendons, bursa and joint structures like cartilage, menisci and capsules. These tissues are created to withstand the everyday stresses. Musculoskeletal therapy is the diagnosis and treatment for movement system disorders. Musculoskeletal problems are characterized by impairments in movement and posture.

Back Pain

Back pain is a common problem that affects many people at one time or another. The pain can be as simple as a muscle ache or as severe as a burning, shooting, or stabbing sensation. The pain can radiate down your legs or be worsened by bending, twisting or lifting your body.

Neck Pain

Neck pain is a common problem. Poor posture can cause neck strain, whether you are hunching your head over the computer or leaning on your desk. Normal neck pain goes away in a few weeks or days. However, if the pain persists for several months it could be a sign of underlying medical issues.

Joint Pain

The connections between bones are made by the joints. They support your movement and provide support. Damage to your joints due to injury or disease can cause problems with movement and cause severe pain. Joint pain can affect the function of the joints and limit one’s ability to perform basic tasks. A severe case of joint pain can impact your quality of life.

Shoulder Pain

Soreness in the tendon of the rotator wrist is a common reason for shoulder pain. This is the area of the shoulder that aids in circular motion. Subacromial pain is another common cause. Shoulder pain is a sign that you should seek medical attention. Treatments are tailored to your individual needs, as well as your health and level of activity.

Frozen Shoulder

The condition known as adhesive capsulitis or frozen shoulder is one that causes stiffness and pain in the shoulder joint. This can limit your range of motion. Scar tissue forms when the tissues around your shoulder joint become more dense and tighter over time. Your shoulder joint is unable to rotate properly due to this. When your shoulder starts to hurt, you will know it’s frozen. This causes you to restrict your movement and the most common symptoms are swelling, pain, stiffness, and tenderness.

Cervical Spondylosis

Cervical spondylosis, a common age-related condition, affects the discs and joints in your cervical spine. This is located in your neck. Osteoarthritis is a condition where the discs shrink and dehydrate, causing bony projections at the edges of the bones. Cervical spondylosis, which is very common, gets worse with age. Cervical spondylosis affects more than 85% of those over 60.

Lumbar Spondylosis

Spondylosis refers to age-related changes in the bones and discs. These changes are sometimes called osteoarthritis and degenerative disc disease. As we age, our intervertebral disks begin to lose fluid. This can lead to disc collapse and other degenerative changes such as thickening and stiffening of ligaments and the cartilage surrounding the facet joint becoming less durable. Because of their size and frequency, lumbar osteophytes are thought to cause back pain.

Osteomalacia

Osteomalacia refers to a condition in which bones become weak and soft. They can break and bend more easily than normal. The most common reason for osteomalacia is a deficiency in vitamin D. Vitamin D is an important nutrient which helps to absorb calcium from your stomach.

Osteoporosis

Painful fractures can be caused by osteoporosis (thinning bones). Osteoporosis risk factors include being older, females, low body weight, low levels of sex hormones, menopause, and certain medications. Most osteoporosis-related injuries occur in the hips, wrists and spine Osteoarthritis.

Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis is commonly caused by joint inflammation and pain. This happens when the immune system isn’t working properly and the lining of joints becomes damaged. It is common to affect the hands, knees, or ankles. Usually, the same joint is affected on both sides.

Patient Testimonials

The quality of your experience and accuracy of your imaging is our top priority. Here’s what some of our patients think about Body Experts.

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Asma Aslam Patient

For many years, I have suffered from chronic back pain. My back would become irritated. Since my first treatment with laser therapy, I have felt less pain and had more mobility. After a few treatments, my mobility has improved. Laser Therapy has changed my life!

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Muhammad Talha Patient

I experienced pain and limited movement. After undergoing various treatments and exercises, I now have a good range of motion and no pain. The clinic has a very relaxing atmosphere and the staff is friendly. Overall, it was a wonderful experience and I would recommend it highly.

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Maria Nawaz Patient

I was able to go twice per week, and follow the exercises at home. It took me about 4 to 5 years to get rid of my shoulder pain. I am so grateful that you were able to relieve my pain.

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Aftab khan Designation

During my treatment everyone has been really helpful and extremely professional... although previous providers have been very good I think overall level of your service has been better.

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Zulaika Nawaz Designation

Your customer service is excellent. Every physio I have seen has taken time to understand my problem and to listen. I have almost always felt that my treatment was beneficial and any advice that I was given was appropriate and has helped me in the interim and longer term.

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Jannat Noor Designation

My recent visit was for a low back pain. Having been to several physiotherapists in the past for the same problem I decided to try your practice, as I have previously been successfully treated for a neck related problem. In just 2 sessions and armed with some home exercises, my back was so much better in a much shorter time than I had experienced previously