Orthopedic Pain Self-Assessment Quiz

Are You Suffering with Chronic Neck and Back Pain?

Take this quick self-assessment quiz to help determine if the symptoms you are experiencing are similar to chronic back pain. Our quiz is strictly confidential.

This online self-assessment is not meant to diagnose patients with chronic lower back pain or conditions related to the spine.

Chest pain

Many times chest pain is caused by a pinched nerve in the neck. It can be confused with symptoms of a heart attack. It is important to see a specialist to get a thorough examination.

Neuropathy

Tingling in the hands is a form of peripheral neuropathy and can be caused by spinal imbalance or a pinched nerve. This sensation in the hands can be confused with many other conditions and can cause difficulty typing, brushing hair, buttoning clothes, and maintaining a grip, causing one to frequently drop items.

Neuropathy

Tingling in the hands is a form of peripheral neuropathy and can be caused by spinal imbalance or a pinched nerve. This sensation in the hands can be confused with many other conditions and can cause difficulty typing, brushing hair, buttoning clothes, and maintaining a grip, causing one to frequently drop items.

Bowel/bladder control

Incontinence can have many different causes, but the bowels and bladder are controlled by the spinal cord. There are instances where painless pinching of the spinal cord can cause lack of bowel and bladder control.

Neuropathy

Tingling in the feet is a form of peripheral neuropathy and can be caused by a pinched nerve or spinal imbalance. This sensation in the feet is a leading cause of trips and falls.

Neuropathy

Tingling in the feet is a form of peripheral neuropathy and can be caused by a pinched nerve or spinal imbalance. This sensation in the feet is a leading cause of trips and falls.

Headaches

Headaches can be caused by many problems. If the pain radiates from the back of the skull to the front of the skull, the headache can be caused by chronically tight neck muscles from a pinched nerve.

Shoulder blade

Shoulder blade pain typically comes from a pinched nerve in the neck due to spinal misalignment. The spinal misalignment is caused by long periods of sitting at a computer or driving that is not offset with exercise and good posture.

Back pain

Most back pain is due to long periods of sitting and lack of proper exercise. Sitting is unnatural for good spine alignment. Prolonged periods of sitting can put as much pressure on the back as heavy lifting.

Hip pain

Most hip pain is not related to the hip socket. It is referred pain from a pinched nerve in the lower back. The pinched nerve can be caused by misalignment of the back, which can be a result of long periods of sitting at a desk or driving. A pinched nerve can also be caused by core muscle weakness.

Hip pain

Most hip pain is not related to the hip socket. It is referred pain from a pinched nerve in the lower back. The pinched nerve can be caused by misalignment of the back, which can be a result of long periods of sitting at a desk or driving. A pinched nerve can also be caused by core muscle weakness.

If you answered yes to any of the questions above, you could be experiencing chronic back pain related to the spine.

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