Neck Pain
Causes of neck pain include:
• Abnormalities in the bone or joints
• Trauma
• Poor posture
• Degenerative diseases
• Tumors
• Muscle strain
Back Pain
Two main types of back injury include:
• Spondylolisthesis: This is a slipping of vertebra that occurs, in most cases, at the base of the spine. Spondylolysis, which is a defect or fracture of one or both wing-shaped parts of a vertebra, can result in vertebrae slipping backward, forward, or over a bone below.
• Cervical Radiculopathy: Cervical radiculopathy is the damage or disturbance of nerve function that results if one of the nerve roots near the cervical vertebrae is compressed.
Knee Pain
Knee pain can have causes that aren't due to underlying disease. Examples include heavy physical activity, lack of use, injuries such as sprains or strains, sitting in a constrained area, or sitting on knees for a prolonged period
Shoulder Pain
Shoulder pain can have causes that aren't due to underlying disease. Examples include overuse, disuse, sprain, strain, or sleeping on side.
Leg Injury
Leg pain can have causes that aren't due to underlying disease. Examples include heavy physical activity, lack of activity, prolonged standing, injuries, sprains, or strains.
Headaches
Headache is pain in any region of the head. Headaches may occur on one or both sides of the head, be isolated to a certain location, radiate across the head from one point, or have a viselike quality. A headache may appear as a sharp pain, a throbbing sensation or a dull ache.
Wrist Pain
Wrist pain can have causes that aren't due to underlying disease. Examples include a sprain or strain, overuse (tennis, skiing, golf), disuse, or trauma.
Elbow Pain
Elbow pain can have causes that aren't due to underlying disease. Examples include prolonged pressure or leaning on elbows, trying a new exercise such as tennis, local trauma, desk work, sprains, or strains.
Car Accident Injuries
Whiplash and other serious injuries
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Headaches

Headache is pain in any region of the head. Headaches may occur on one or both sides of the head, be isolated to a certain location, radiate across the head from one point, or have a viselike quality. A headache may appear as a sharp pain, a throbbing sensation or a dull ache.