Conditions

Many people associate chiropractors solely with treatment of the spine–this is not true. At Back In Balance Clinic, in downtown Toronto, we treat many conditions of the body, from head to toe. If there is a muscle, joint, or nerve involved, we have the knowledge to assess, diagnose, and treat the problem. Below is a list of some common conditions and symptoms that we treat on a regular basis. Click on each condition for a more detailed and comprehensive look.

Back Pain

back pain As much as 80% of the population will experience some form of back pain over their lifetime. The goal of chiropractic care is to help patients deal with pain and make recovery faster. Read More

 

Neck Pain

neck pain Neck pain is extremely common and approximately 40% of the population will experience some form of neck pain during their lifetime. Read More

 

Headaches

headaches Migraines, cervicogenic, and tension-type headaches have been researched extensively and shown to respond to chiropractic care. Read More

 

Plantar Fasciitis

plantar fasciitis The most common symptom of plantar fascitis is pain at the inside border of the foot and the heel, and is felt usually in the morning as the first steps are taken to get out out bed. Read More

 

Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis Symptoms of OA can include joints stiffness (usually in the morning), joint pain, tenderness, inflammation, and a creaking or locking of joints. However, some people may not experience any symptoms. Read More

 

Disc Herniation

Disc Herniation Symptoms of a herniated disc can vary from little or no pain, to severe and unrelenting neck or low back pain that will radiate into the regions of the affected nerve root. Read More

 

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Carpal tunnel syndrome is a collection of signs and symptoms that occur as a result of the median nerve being entrapped within the wrist. It typically presents itself with parasthesia, numbness and m Read More

 

Frozen Shoulder

Frozen Shoulder Rotator cuff dysfunction is caused by repetitive overuse of muscles over a short period of time, especially due to overhead throwing, or lifting activities like weight lifting, baseball, and football. Read More

 

Hip Pain

Hip Pain Hip pain can be very debilitating due to the fact that much of the forces absorbed by our bodies through activities such as walking and sports, are absorbed in the hip joint. Read More

 

Tennis Elbow

Tennis Elbow Elbow pain is extremely common in athletes and people who tend to do repetitive work with their hands, such as carpenters and office workers Read More

 

TMJ Dysfunction

TMJ Dysfunction TMJ dysfunction often manifests as pain, limited jaw movement, and a clicking or popping sound in the joint, due to activities including chewing gum, stress, and biting, grinding and clenching habits. Read More

 

Jumper’s Knee

Jumper's Knee Patellofemoral pain syndrome, or jumper’s knee, can be caused by overpronation of the feet, and weakness of muscles and ligaments of the hip, glutes, quads, and abdominals. Read More