Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS)

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome is a disorder in which the Brachial Plexus (Nerve supply to 
Upper Extremity) and/or subclavian vessels (main arteries and veins supplying the upper extremity) are compressed as they exit the neck and travel into the arm. Symptoms of TOS include but are not limited to: pain/numbness/tingling into the ring and little finger as well as the inside of the forearm, grip weakness, arm heaviness, fatigue, or coldness, and possible headaches, pain in neck or behind the ear. These symptoms may also be evoked with other cervical spine disorders or upper extremity disorders.

At King Physical Therapy and Fitness we are able to recognize and treat all symptoms whether they originate from a disc, stenosis, thoracic outlet syndrome, shoulder disorders or even carpal tunnel. Our therapists are trained with the most up-to-the-minute therapeutic techniques available. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions or concerns. We are currently accepting most major insurances.

Neck Pain

Do you suffer from tightness/stiffness in your neck? Do you have difficulty looking up, down or turning your head? Do you experience headaches, have difficulty sitting in front of a computer or have pain in your neck following household chores? If you answered yes to any of these questions then we can help you at King Physical Therapy & Fitness.

Neck pain may be the result of many factors including working conditions, posture, cervical discs, spinal stenosis, a motor vehicle accident, a traumatic accident, or degeneration. Depending on the nature of your symptoms our staff at King Physical Therapy & Fitness will design a specific treatment regimen consisting of any or all of the following: modalities, manual soft tissue mobilization, cervical traction, flexibility exercises, and strengthening exercises. At King Physical Therapy & Fitness we are dedicated to improving your quality of life not only during the time you spend with us, but for the rest of your life. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us or stop in to one of our two convenient locations.

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