Diseases & Conditions
Causes, Symptoms, Treatments & Prevention
Find Your Condition
Learn more about diseases and conditions with our comprehensive index of trusted health and medical information, an alphabetic listing of reliable health information covering causes, symptoms and treatment of common conditions from A to Z.
A – Conditions that begin with A
|Achilles Tendonosis / Tendinopathy||Ankle Sprain|
|Acromioclavicular Joint Arthritis / Shoulder Arthritis||Ankylosing Spondylitis (AS)|
|Adult Degenerative Scoliosis||Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Injury|
|Ankle Bursitis||Ankle Osteoarthritis / Ankle Arthritis|
B – Conditions that begin with B
|Back pain (low back)||Bouchard’s Nodes|
|Base of Thumb Arthritis / CMC Arthritis / Basal Joint Arthritis||Bursitis|
|Biceps Tendonitis / Bicipital Tendonitis|
C – Conditions that begin with C
|Calcific Tendonitis of the Shoulder||Cervicogenic Headaches|
|Carpal Tunnel||Cluster Headaches|
|Cervical Degenerative Disc Disease||Concussion|
D – Conditions that begin with D
|de Quervain’s Tenosynovitis||Degenerative Disc Disease|
E – Conditions that begin with E
|Elbow Bursitis||Elbow Osteoarthritis|
F – Conditions that begin with F
|Finger Tip Arthritis / DIP Arthritis / PIP Arthritis||Frozen Shoulder (Adhesive Capsulitis)|
G – Conditions that begin with G
H – Conditions that begin with H
|Heberden’s Nodes||Hip Osteoarthritis|
I – Conditions that begin with I
J – Conditions that begin with J
|Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (JA)||Juvenile Scoliosis|
|Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)|
K – Conditions that begin with K
|Knee Bursitis||Knee Osteoarthritis / Tibio-femoral Osteoarthritis (OA)|
L – Conditions that begin with L
|Lateral Collateral Ligament (LCL)||Ligament Injuries|
|Lumbar Spinal Stenosis / Low Back Osteoarthritis||Lumbar Degenerative Disc Disease|
|Lumbar Spondylolysis||Lumbar Facet Joint Arthritis / Face Joint Osteoarthritis|
M – Conditions that begin with M
|Medial Collateral Ligament (MCL) Injury||Migraines|
N – Conditions that begin with N
There are no conditions that start with “N” at this moment.
O – Conditions that begin with O
P – Conditions that begin with P
|Patellar Tendonitis / Patellar Tendonopathy / Jumper’s Knee||Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) Injury|
|Peroneal Tendonitis||Posterior Tibial Tendonosis / Foot Tendonitis|
|Piriformis Syndrome||Psoriatic Arthritis (PsA)|
|Plantar Fasciitis / Heel Pain|
Q – Conditions that begin with Q
R – Conditions that begin with R
|Repetitive Strain Injuries||Rotator Cuff Dysfunction / Injury|
|Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)|
S – Conditions that begin with S
|Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction||Shoulder Bursitis|
|Scoliosis||Spondylosis / Cervical Osteoarthritis / Neck arthritis|
T – Conditions that begin with T
|Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMJ, TMD)||Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Related Headaches|
|Tendonitis & Tendonosis||Tennis Elbow|
|Tension-Type Headaches||Trigger Finger & Trigger Thumb|
|Thoracic Degenerative Disc Disease|
U – Conditions that begin with U
There are no conditions that start with “U” at this moment.
V – Conditions that begin with V
There are no conditions that start with “V” at this moment.
W – Conditions that begin with W
Z – Conditions that begin with Z
There are no conditions that start with “Z” in our index at the moment.
If you have frozen shoulder, you may find it difficult to sleep on the affected side, lift your arm over your head, and experience stiffness, pain, and reduced range of motion.
Low Back Pain
Depending on the cause, low back pain can be acute or chronic and range from a dull ache to a shooting or stabbing pain.
You may have torn your meniscus if you have pain, swelling, or locking in the knee. You may have felt a popping sensation in your knee during the injury.
Signs, symptoms and early indicators of osteoarthritis can include sore, stiff, or aching joints. You may also have swelling as well as a grinding sensation in the affected joint.
You might have plantar fasciitis if you have pain in the bottom of the foot or heel that’s worse in the morning or after standing for long periods of time.
Repetitive Strain Injuries
Early symptoms of repetitive strain include soreness, tingling or discomfort when you perform a repetitive task.
Dull aching pain and tenderness in the front of the legs on either side of the shin bone are common symptoms of shin splints.
If you have pain, swelling, bruising, and loss of movement after wrenching or twisting a joint, you might have a sprain.
Tendonitis & Tendonosis
Pain and tenderness near or around a joint as well as stiffness and loss of range of motion are common signs and symptoms of tendonitis and tendonosis.
Conditions and Self-Diagnosis
We’d like to remind you that while educating yourself about a condition can be helpful, there is no substitute for professional medical advice. If you are experiencing pain or discomfort, speak to a pt Health clinician or your family doctor.