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Here you will find some of the conditions that we treat regularly at our office in New York City at Midtown Manhattan. We provide comprehensive care using different specialties like, Physical Medicine, Chiropractic, Physical Therapy and Massage Therapy. We accept all insurances including, united healthcare, blue cross blue shield, Oxford, No fault, Workers Compensation, Aetna and so on.

A variety of reasons can cause headaches, Spinal problems, TMJ problems, Migraines and muscular injuries. Some of these are below.

Ruptured Disk
Normally, disks act as shock absorbers to cushion your vertebrae from each other as you move. A herniated disk is a disk that has bulged out from its proper place.

Whiplash - Neck Strain
A strain of the neck, or the muscles around the cervical spine is often called whiplash. This neck muscle strain injury occurs when there is a sudden extension and flexion of the neck.

Cervical Spinal Stenosis
With age, injury, poor posture or diseases such as arthritis there can be damage to the bone or joints of the cervical spine.

Spondylolisthesis is a condition that is seen when one spinal segment 'slips' away from another. Spondylolisthesis is most commonly seen with degenerative (aging) changes of the spine, but there may be other causes.

TMJ syndrome
Every time we talk, chew, bite down, or swallow we put the TMJ to work. This condition produces pain in the muscles and joints of the jaw that can radiate to the face, neck, and head and even the shoulders. There also may be difficulty opening the mouth all the way, or clicking and popping noises when chewing, yawning, or moving the joint. The most common causes of TMJ are a poor bite, and stress, combined with grinding of the teeth, especially at night. Gum chewing can make this problem even worse. Headaches are a common symptom.

Neck Muscle Pain
This can cause sever neck pain due to referred pain. The injuries are commonly to the trapeziusmuscle, streno cliedo mastoid muscle, levator scapuli muscle or the scelenius muscles.

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