Tendon fibres tear (partially or completely) causing pain and loss of function.
An overuse injury where the Achilles tendon becomes inflamed, causing pain and swelling.
A form of arthritis characterised by long-term pain and stiffness in the back.
The enlargement of the big toe joint causing inflammation and pain, leading to osteoarthritis.
Inflammation of fluid-filled bursae that cushion movement around the joints.
A disorder causing pain and limiting use of the hand and wrist.
The degeneration of discs and vertebrae at the top of the spinal column.
Cartilage inflammation where ribs attach to the breastbone causing chest pain.
Long-term muscle pain and fatigue most commonly diagnosed in women aged 30 to 45 years.
A common and painful form of arthritis, most often affecting the big toe.
Spinal discs rupture and bulge, putting pressure on nerves causing pain.
Muscle, joint, tendon or nerve pain/discomfort related to repetitive activities.
The most common form or arthritis, causing cartilage breakdown in the joints.
A disease that weakens the bones, increasing the risk of fracture.
Tissue in the palm of the hand becomes tight and shortened, contracting the fingers inwards.
Inflammation of tough fibrous tissue running along the sole of the foot, leading to heel pain.
A condition characterised by severe pain and stiffness in various muscles.
A rare inflammatory muscle disease that causes weakness in various parts of the body.
A condition that causes inflammation and deformity of the joints.
Pain associated with the sciatic nerve which runs from the lower spine to the lower legs
A condition caused by repetitive activities that place strain on the forearm muscles.
Replacement of the hip joint with an artificial joint following arthritis or fracture.
Replacing a knee joint impaired by arthritis or wear-and-tear with an artificial joint.