Arthritis

Arthritis refers to a swollen joint that causes pain and discomfort to a person. There are several types of arthritis related conditions and is a potential cause for disability.

Cancer

Cancer is a disease that is caused by the uncontrolled and abnormal cell duplication in the body. This disease can cause growth of tumor (malignant or benign) and can spread throughout the human body.

Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia is a disorder of the human muscles that can be characterized as chronic pain spread throughout the musculoskeletal system that can cause fatigue, sleeplessness, memory lapses and mood swings. Fibromyalgia can be caused by the interruption of brain processes that contributes disrupted pain signals that leads to amplified painful sensations.

Migraines

A condition that can bring chronic pain to a person because of a recurring moderate to severe headache that usually comes from a certain part of the human head that can last for hours up to days. Migraines can cause nausea, vomiting, and sensitivity to the light or even sound and it can be followed by an aura.

Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis is a neurological and autoimmune disease that can be potentially disabling disease of the brain as well as the spinal cord. This is caused by a person’s immune system that attacks the cells that protects the nerve fibers (called myelin sheaths) that leads to disrupted communication signals between the brain and the human body.

Muscle Spasms

Muscle Spasms can be characterised by an involuntary contraction and movement of the human muscles that can cause chronic pain because of the sustained, prolonged, and uncontrolled muscle contraction.