What are Secondary Conditions?

Answer: “Symptoms” or pain, they are your body’s warning system that there may be a more serious underlying condition.

Just like the different lights in your car’s dashboard, secondary conditions are you body’s way of indicating that something may be wrong. A few of the secondary conditions that a person can have due to a neuro-structural shift include:

 

  • Neck & Back Pain

  • Sciatica & Hip Pain

  • Numbness & Tingling

  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

  • Rotator Cuff & Shoulder Pain

  • Muscular Spasm & Tension

  • Headaches (Including Migraine)

  • Pinched Nerve

  • Herniated Disc

  • Canal Stenosis

  • Degenerative Disc Disease

  • Degenerative Joint Disease

  • Decreased Range of Motion

  • Poor Posture

  • Dowager's Hump ("Granny Hump")

  • Fatigue

  • Muscular Imbalance

  • Dizziness/Vertigo

 

These secondary conditions may be a result of structural shifts that have been causing damage for many months or even years.  If left uncorrected they set the stage for future health problems and the possibility of chronic pain management. Note that you do not need a “symptom” to have neuro-structural damage. Only proper testing and examination can determine that.