Conditions We Treat

Sports and Active Injuries

Sports injuries occur while participating in a sport or while exercising. Children are especially at risk for active injuries, but adults can experience them as well. You are at risk if you play contact sports, don’t warm up properly before activity, and have not been regularly active.


Neuropathy is the damage or dysfunction of nerves, which will usually result in numbness, muscle weakness, tingling, and pain in the affected area.

Knee Pain

Knee Pain is one of the most common sources of pain for people. Although knee pain can be attributed to underlying diseases, it can also occur due to injuries, sitting in a constrained area, lack of use, and heavy physical activity.

Back Pain

Back pain can be attributed to several different factors, including underlying disease, overuse while working out or lifting heavy weights, prolonged lying or sitting down, sleeping in an uncomfortable position, poor posture, or carrying around a heavy or poorly fitting backpack.


Approximately 50 million adults and 300,000 children live with a form of arthritis, which makes arthritis the most common cause of disability in the U.S.

Joint Pain

diseases, you can also experience joint pain due to strains and sprains, overuse during physical activity, and even lack of use. Age, poor health, and mental health issues can also be a factor when it comes to joint pain.


Migraine headaches can be described as pulsating, throbbing, pounding, and debilitating pain. Migraines can last up to multiple days and symptoms can form up to two days before the migraine begins.

Neck Pain

Neck pain can occur because you have slept in an uncomfortable position, you are wearing a heavy necklace, or you have strained your neck for a prolonged period of time by looking either up or down.

Herniated Disk

Herniated Disks can occur in any part of your spine, but are most common in the lower part of your backbone just above your hips. The pain is likely to spread to other parts of your body, such as your buttocks, thighs, and calves.

What We Treat

Getting Your Body Back in Balance

At Active Health, we treat a large array of symptoms and conditions. If you're experiencing any of the following symptoms, please don't hesitate to contact us. We Can Help!

  • ZScar tissue
  • ZNerve entrapment
  • ZMuscular imbalance
  • ZPoor posture
  • ZAnterior head carriage
  • ZRounded shoulders
  • ZLow back pain
  • ZSciatica
  • ZHerniated disc
  • ZDisc herniation
  • ZInternal disc derangement
  • ZNeck pain
  • ZRotator cuff tear
  • ZOsteoarthritis
  • ZTorn rotator cuff
  • ZLabral tear
  • ZLabrum tear
  • ZMeniscal tear
  • ZMeniscus tear
  • ZNumbness
  • ZTingling
  • ZShoulder pain
  • ZSwimmer’s shoulder
  • ZBicipital tendonitis
  • ZElbow pain
  • ZLateral epicondylitis
  • ZTennis elbow
  • ZMedial epicondylitis
  • ZGolfer’s elbow
  • ZCommon extensor tear
  • ZBiceps tear
  • ZPectoral tear
  • ZWrist pain
  • ZCarpal tunnel syndrome
  • ZDeQuervain’s Syndrome
  • ZHand pain
  • ZThumb pain
  • ZFinger pain
  • ZTrigger finger
  • ZDupuytren’s Contracture
  • ZQL strain
  • ZSI pain
  • ZSacroiliac pain
  • ZHip pain
  • ZHip pointer
  • ZHip flexor pain
  • ZHip flexor strain
  • ZPsoas pull
  • ZPsoas strain
  • ZPiriformis syndrome
  • ZPulled groin
  • ZGroin strain
  • ZAdductor strain
  • ZSports hernia
  • ZPulled hamstring
  • ZTight hamstring
  • ZHamstring strain
  • Zknee pain
  • ZPes anserine bursitis
  • ZPatellar tendonosis
  • ZPatellar tendonitis
  • ZJJumper’s knee
  • ZShin splints
  • ZCalf strain
  • ZPulled calf
  • ZTennis leg
  • ZAnkle pain
  • ZSprained ankle
  • ZHigh ankle sprain
  • ZRounded shoulders
  • ZAchilles tendonosis
  • ZAchilles tendonitis
  • ZTarsal tunnel syndrome
  • ZHeel pain
  • ZHeel spur
  • ZFoot pain
  • ZPlantar fasciitis
  • ZMorton’s neuroma
  • ZMetatarsalgia
  • ZToe pain
  • ZBunion
  • ZTaylor’s bunion

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