The cause of musculoskeletal pain is complex. The wear and tear of day-to-day activities can
damage muscle tissue. Trauma to an area can lead to musculoskeletal pain, too. Postural
discomfort, repetitive movements, overuse, and excessive immobilization are other sources of
pain. Changes in posture or poor body mechanics may cause problems in the spinal alignment and
muscle shortening, therefore causing other muscles to be misused and become painful.
Often people with musculoskeletal discomfort complain that their entire bodies are ache. Their muscles can be feeling strained or overworked. Often, twitching or burning muscles. Symptoms differ between individuals but the typical symptoms are:
We will conduct a detailed physical checkup and medical history. Furthermore, we may conduct diagnostic studies to confirm the diagnosis. Different forms of manual therapy, or mobilization, may be used to treat people with problems with spinal alignment.