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The Back The Back
Pain in the back can come from misaligned vertebrae, slipped discs, pinched nerves, sprained muscles or ligaments. The most common complaints are lower back pain, muscle spasms, sprains and strains.
Neck The Neck
The muscles and ligaments can be sprained, pulled or torn when they are stretched beyond their normal range of motion or subjected to sudden movement. Waking up with a stiff neck is also a common occurrence. 
Shoulder The Shoulders
Because the shoulder has little ligament attachments and a shallow socket, one of the most common complaints is shoulder dislocation where the joint 'pops' out of the socket. Other problems include tendonitis, sprains, ligament tears and fractures.
The Elbow The Elbow
Tennis or golfer’s elbow where pain develops on the outside of the elbow as the muscles and tendons become inflamed. Another common injury is hyperextended elbow where external forces extend it beyond its normal range and tear the muscles.
Wrist & Hand The Wrist & Hand
Sprains, ligament tears, fractures, tendonitis, tendon inflammation and ‘carpal tunnel syndrome’ which is characterised by burning pain and numbness. 
Thighs The Thighs
The most common complaint in this area is a hamstring pull. Occasionally, the quadriceps can tear or pull as well.
The knee The Knee
Overuse injury like runner’s knee or walker’s knee, ligament sprain, dislocation, osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.
The lower leg The Lower Leg
Muscle strains, aching shins.
The Ankle The Ankle
Sprains, ligament tears, fractures and Achilles tendonitis.
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'Oriental Chiro treats bone injuries'
- 7th October 2005
After opening centres in Kepong and Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Oriental Tit Tar now spreads it wings with the opening of its fourth outlet at the Cheras Business Centre, Taman Cheras, Kuala Lumpur.
 
'Treating body pains with tit tar: practitioners use their hands to detect injuries’
- 25th September 2005
‘It feels like my spine has been realigned. Pains in my hips and shoulder have disappeared. There is no more pain, in fact I feel refreshed,’ comments photographer Mohd Radzi Bujang with a wide smile after undergoing a treatmentsession which only lasted a mere few minutes.

 

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