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You may experience upper extremity pain in the wrists, hands, arms or shoulders. The experienced team at Kayal Pain & Spine Center has the solutions to control your pain, including physical therapy and minimally invasive, restorative surgery.
There are various forms of spinal fractures, ranging from compressions, bursts, flexion-distraction or fracture-dislocation. These are usually categorized as stable, unstable, minor or major.
Sacroiliac joint dysfunction (SI pain) is pain you feel in your lower back and buttocks. The dysfunction arises from any damage to the joint that connects your spine and hip (the sacroiliac joints).
A pinched nerve can occur when too much pressure is put on one of your nerves by surrounding tissues such as bones, muscles or tendons.
Any pain that continues for months could signal an underlying medical condition that needs treatment for neck pain.
Cervical spondylotic myelopathy (spinal cord compression) is a condition in the neck that arises when the spinal cord is squeezed.
Herniated discs occur when pressure from the vertebrae impacts the discs in between. The herniated disc then presses on nerves, resulting in what can be severe pain.
Disc degeneration refers to back or neck pain caused by normal wear-and-tear on spinal discs, sometimes causing weakness, numbness or shooting pains in the arms or legs.
Compression fractures occur when a vertebra (spinal bone) collapses. The skilled specialists at Kayal Pain & Spine Center have the tools and experience necessary to diagnose and address your problem.
Coccydynia occurs when your coccyx (tailbone) is damaged or strained. You can find the relief you need from your specialist at Kayal Pain & Spine Center.
When spinal discs deteriorate too quickly, the discs can bulge excessively and lead to complications and pain.
At some point in our lives, many of us will experience back pain. Whether you suffer from short-term or chronic pain, the experts at Kayal Pain & Spine Center will diagnose your problem and provide you with the treatment you need.
Focused on restoring mobility and relieving arthritis and bursitis pain, Kayal Orthopaedic Center’s surgeons are experts in arthritis and bursitis treatment.
From chronic tendon and ligament pain, to acute muscle and soft tissue injury, the Kayal Orthopaedic Center team will help accelerate your healing and enable you to regain strength and endurance.
Dr. Robert A. Kayal and his team are continually pioneering high-tech procedures that speed fracture healing and optimize rehabilitation.
Impacting the body’s ability to send messages, neuropathy causes patients to suffer from a range of neurological symptoms—but Kayal Orthopaedic Center can help.
To expedite healing and reduce the painful effects of bruising, Kayal Orthopaedic Center offers advanced treatment techniques that are painless and free of side effects.
Whether you’ve torn your ACL, have foot pain while running, or are seeking guidance as you prepare for your next event, you deserve specialized treatment.
Committed to decreasing patients’ pain, the doctors at Kayal Orthopaedic Center have been uniquely trained to treat a wide variety of foot and ankle problems.
Helping patients manage work-related injuries and illness, the orthopaedic surgeons at Kayal Orthopaedic Center offer award-winning care to manage pain and expedite recovery.
This condition develops from microscopic tears in the body’s tissues or strains to the body’s muscles, nerves, ligaments or tendons that occur from performing daily activities and motions.
Tendinitis is the inflammation and swelling of a tendon, which is the structure that connects to muscle to bone.
A bunion is a common foot deformity that’s characterized by a bump on the side of the big toe. A bunion causes the big toe to angle toward the smaller toes.
Sesamoiditis is a form of tendonitis where the tendons surrounding the sesamoids become irritated or inflamed and is marked by dull, intensifying pain beneath the big toe.
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an autoimmune disease in which the body’s defense system turns against itself and attacks healthy joints, cartilage and tissues throughout the body, along with damaging blood vessels, nerves and tendons.
Posterior tibial tendon dysfunction (PTTD) is caused by overuse and repetitive stress, which results in overstretching and inflammation of the tendon.
Morton’s Neuroma is a painful and uncomfortable condition that affects the ball of the foot, most commonly in between the third and fourth toes which causes an individual to feel as if he or she is standing on a pebble that’s stuck in their shoe or a fold in their sock.
Intoeing is a congenital condition in which the toes and feet are turned inward, rather than straight forward.
An ingrown toenail is triggered by a corner or side of a toenail curving inward and growing into the soft flesh of the toe. Any toe is susceptible to developing the condition.
There are numerous causes for heel pain, including artharitis, stress fractures and nerve irritation. These occur when individuals spend hours on their feet without support.
Affecting any but the big toe, hammertoe is characterized by a bending of one or both toe joints. The deformity generally worsens over time.
Diabetes is a disease that affects the whole body, prompting nerve damage and poor circulation.
Repeated irritation and persistent friction to an area of the foot will cause skin to thicken and harden, creating corns.
Clubfoot is a congenital birth disorder that occurs when a baby is born with tendons and calf muscles that are shorter than normal. Clubfoot causes the baby’s foot to twist out of position or shape.
Arthritis is when the cartilage that once served as a shock absorber for the body’s joints begins to wear away.
Adult-acquired flatfoot deformity (AAFD) is a painful, progressive condition that occurs when the soft tissues of the foot are overstretched and torn, causing the arch of the foot to collapse.
Ganglion cysts are harmless tumors, masses or lumps that occur adjacent to joints or tendons, and are most commonly found on the hands and wrists.
Tarsal tunnel syndrome (TTS) is the compression or squeezing of the tibial nerve, which runs through the tarsal tunnel on the inside of the ankle and leads into the foot, producing pain or a tingling sensation anywhere along the nerve’s pathway.
The median nerve, controlling touch and movement, passes through the carpal tunnel along with several tendons. If any of those tendons become irritated, the median nerve can become compressed.
Sometimes your nerves stop working properly because they are compressed and damaged as they leave the spine. The resulting pain is referred to as radiculopathy.
A fibula fracture is a relatively common condition that’s characterized by a break in the smaller of the long bones of the lower leg, known as the fibula.
The tibia, or shinbone, is the most common fractured long bone in your body. The long bones include the femur, humerus, tibia and fibula.
A tibial plateau fracture involves the cartilage surface of the knee joint.
The patella, or your kneecap, is a small bone located in front of your knee joint. Due to the fact that your patella acts as a shield for your knee joint, it can easily be broken.
A femur fracture is a break in the thighbone.
A scaphoid fracture usually occurs when you fall onto an outstretched hand, with your weight landing on your palm.
When you fracture a finger bone, it can cause your whole hand to be out of alignment.
A fracture of the distal radius occurs when the area of the radius near the wrist breaks.
Vertebral compression fractures (VCFs) occur when the bony block or vertebral body in the spine collapses, which can lead to severe pain, deformity and loss of height.
Fractures of the humerus typically occur as the result of a trauma, such as a fall where the individual lands directly on the shoulder, a forceful collision, or a more complicated event, such as a car accident.
A Jones fracture is usually caused by stress that’s placed across the bone when the heel is off the ground and the forefoot is planted.
Lisfranc injuries result if bones in the midfoot are broken or if ligaments that support the midfoot are torn.
A broken ankle is also known as an ankle fracture. This means that one or more of the bones that make up the ankle joint are broken.
When a fracture to the talus occurs, patients will feel acute pain, difficulty with bearing weight, and swelling or tenderness around the ankle joint.
Ankle sprains are caused by an injury that stresses a joint and overstretches the supporting ligaments, which connect bone to bone. Ankle strains are caused when too much force is placed on muscles or tendons, which connect muscle to bone.
A muscle spasm is an involuntary, sustained contraction of the muscle fibers in response to injury or inflammation.
Pinched nerves, also referred to as cervical radiculopathy, can occur in different parts of the body—from the neck down to the lumbar spine.
In plantar fasciitis, the patient suffers from microscopic tears, inflammation and stiffness of the ligament.
Your Achilles tendon may tear if it is overstretched, usually while playing sports.
The Achilles tendon can withstand great stresses from running and jumping, but it is also prone to tendonosis, a condition associated with overuse and degeneration.
A patellar dislocation occurs when the kneecap is displaced from the thighbone, and the joint surfaces are no longer touching. A subluxation is a similar injury, where the kneecap becomes displaced, but the joint surfaces are still touching.
Dupuytren's contracture is a hand deformity that usually develops over years.
De Quervain's tenosynovitis, or tendonosis, is a painful condition that occurs when the tendons around the base of the thumb are irritated or constricted.
A sprain is an injury to a ligament, which is a strong band of connective tissue that connects one bone to another. A wrist sprain is a common injury, as there are many ligaments in the wrist that can be stretched or torn.
The ulnar collateral ligament may become stretched or even torn due to a single traumatic episode—or more commonly, repetitive stress, such as throwing a baseball.
Medial collateral ligament (MCL) and lateral collateral ligament (LCL) sprains are knee injuries.
A shoulder labral tear, is an injury to the cartilage in the shoulder joint.
Tears in any component of the rotator cuff are most often caused by overuse, which are commonly referred to as wear-and-tear injuries.
A meniscal tear is a common sports injury, often occurring when an athlete squats or twists the knee.
A sudden twisting or pivoting movements often causes a hip labral tear.
Tennis elbow, or lateral epicondylitis, is a very common injury for individuals who take part in activities involving repetitive motions.
Golfer’s elbow occurs when there is inflammation or a partial tear to the area where forearm tendons meet the inside of the elbow.
ACL injuries occur when a patient’s knee is hyperextended, twisted or forced to the side.
Limb Length Discrepancy occurs when bones or joints in the arms or legs are abnormal or become damaged.
Runner’s Knee occurs with overuse or heavy stress to the knee joint.
Bursitis of the shoulder occurs when there is swelling and redness between the top of the arm bone (e.g., humerus) and the tip of the shoulder (e.g., acromion).
Bursitis can result when excessive amounts of fluid are produced in these sacs, the pain and inflammation.
Bursitis occurs when a bursa becomes inflamed, and it is a common cause of pain to your hip.
Osteoarthritis (OA), commonly referred to as “wear and tear” arthritis, is the most common form of arthritis in the world.
A chronic and degenerative spinal disorder, osteoporosis can cause extreme pain, weakness and loss of flexibility.
Ranging anywhere from mildly irritating to debilitating, joint pain and inflammation can affect your overall quality of life.
At Kayal Pain & Spine Center, we can help you minimize the symptoms and reverse the negative effects with spinal stenosis treatments.
Scoliosis causes a curve in your spine, often in the shape of a C or S. While this curvature can appear at any age, it often appears between the ages of 10 and 12 or in the early teen years.
Sciatica occurs when the sciatic nerve, which runs from your feet to your hips, becomes irritated and inflamed, causing pain and often numbness in the leg.
Herniated discs, degenerative disc disease, fractures and persistent pain, are just a few common neck problems.
Lower back pain is one of the most common medical problems reported by patients.
This condition is known as a herniated disk, which is sometimes called a slipped or ruptured disk, and can happen at any location on the spine—from the neck to the lower back.
From disc herniations, to scoliosis, to pinched nerves, various spinal conditions can cause pain, degeneration and lack of function to your spine.