Groin pain is a common problem in athletes of all ages and at all levels of competition, and is often found in sports that involve sprinting, changing directions, such as hockey, soccer and rugby. It may present suddenly or have a gradual onset over a period of weeks or months.
Shoulder pain is the third most common complaint after lower back and neck pain to present to the Doctors office. Shoulder pain may originate in the joint itself, or from many of the surrounding muscles, ligaments or tendons and can result in considerable pain and disability.
The use of either heat or ice is dependent on the type of injury and the amount of time you start treatment after injury has occurred. For example, the application of ice is commonly used in the first 24-48 hours after an injury occurs such as an ankle sprain, to reduce the swelling and minimise inflammation.
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A wry neck or torticollis is characterised sudden by the sudden onset of severe neck pain accompanied by spasm of the neck muscles causing the neck to lean or rotate away from the painful side.
One of the most common and painful injuries in sport is the hamstring strain. Hamstring strains occur frequently among activities that require a high degree of speed, power and agility such as soccer, running, basketball and dancing. A hamstring strain can range from mild to very severe involving a complete tear of the hamstring muscle.
Headaches affect just about everyone at some point and they can present themselves in many different ways. Some people only experience pain in one part of their head or behind their eyes, some people experience a pounding sensation inside their whole head, and some people even experience nausea.
Migraine is a chronic neurological disorder characterised by episodic attacks of head pain and associated symptoms. Migraine pain commonly presents on one side of the head and is described as throbbing headache that is of moderate to severe intensity.