What we treat
At Global Clinic, we provide you with a holistic treatment approach.
We treat a broad spectrum of conditions that impact your daily activities and a sense of well being. We understand and manage pain associated with a herniated disc, pinched nerve, spinal stenosis, sciatica, arthritis, osteoarthritis, meniscus tear, rotator cuff, and neuropathy pain.
Arthritis affects many people. It is a degenerative disease mostly related to wear and tear of the cartilage (gel-like lubricating substance) in your joint.
Your spinal nerves travel through your spinal canal and exit through openings called "foramen." With time, the aging process, and wear and tear, these spaces become narrow, compressing nerves in the neck or low back.
Numbness, weakness, or tingling in your hand, arm, leg, or feet.
Inbalance, difficulty walking, reduced endurance, inability to complete routine home chores or exercises.
The compression or irritation of one or more nerves at the lower back can cause sciatica. The most common causes for sciatica are herniated disc, degenerative disc disease, or spinal stenosis.
Radiating pain from the lower back to the glut, end of the leg, calf, and your toes.
Electric jolts, tingling, or numbness in the leg or foot
The nerves in your body get compressed by a surrounding tissue that results in a pinched nerve. In contrast, nerves can be pinched anywhere in the body. Most commonly, the pinch takes place in the spine or wrist.
Back and neck stiffness
Numbness in arms or legs
Discs are cushions that provide mobility and support between the spines. When a nerve root gets irritated, and some instances compressed, you may experience pain that travels to shoulders, arms, fingers, buttocks, legs, and feet.
Neck and low back pain
Meniscus Tear is one of the most common injuries of the knee—two C-shaped wedges of cartilage (meniscus) cushion your knee joint.
Repetitive strain injury
Over the past 20 years, we have treated hundreds of patients for repetitive strain injury, from dentists, construction and office workers, to professional dancers and musicians.
Scoliosis in kids is gradually developing the deformity of a growing and developing spine. There are various probable reasons for that, but there is a consensus that well-balanced musculature around the developing spine is crucial to maintain its proper shape. Therefore, we focus on teaching both the kids and parents lifelong skills of strengthening postural muscles and maintaining it throughout adult life.
Symptoms in kids
Uneven shoulders and hips
Shoulder blade sticking out