ISCOPE

What We Treat

iScope Concussion and Pains Clinics is Canada’s leading provider for concussion rehabilitation and pain management. Our interdisciplinary team help those with a variety of brain, pain and spine conditions and injuries.

Conditions

Arthritis is a condition that affects your joints. Arthritis usually involves inflammation or degeneration of your jointsThe main symptoms of arthritis are joint pain and stiffness, which typically worsen over time.

Back pain often develops without a cause. Conditions commonly linked to back pain include muscle or ligament strain. Repeated heavy lifting or a sudden awkward movement can strain back muscles and spinal ligaments.

Cervicogenic headaches occur when neck pain is referred from the neck up into the head.

Chronic headaches can be short- or long-lasting headaches that occur on 15 or more days within one month.

Complex regional pain syndrome is a form of chronic pain that usually affects an arm or a leg. Complex regional pain syndrome typically develops after an injury, a surgery, or a cardiovascular event. The pain is out of proportion to the severity of the initial injury.

The different injuries resulting from a car accident can be as varied as the individual circumstances of each collision. Not all motor vehicle accident injuries are easily identified, but internal injuries can cause long-term and even chronic widespread pain. Common injuries include head, neck, back, shoulder, soft tissue injury and more.

A workplace injury can vary from something relatively minor, such as a slip or fall, to a severe accident. According to the National Safety Counsel, more than 75% of all nonfatal injuries are due toe overexertion and bodily reaction, and slips, trips and falls.

Musculoskeletal pain is a large range of painful conditions which affect bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, or musclesThis pain can be acute, meaning it is sudden and severe, or can be chronic (long-lasting). You may have localized pain (in one area of your body), or it may affect your entire body.

Myofascial pain is chronic pain disorder. In this condition, pressure on sensitive points in your muscles called “trigger points” cause pain in otherwise seemingly unrelated parts of you body.

Neurological disorders applies to any condition that is caused by a dysfunction in part of the brain or nervous system, resulting in physical and/or psychological symptoms.

These include a wide range of disorders, such as epilepsy and seizures, stroke, Alzheimer’s disease, Dementia, Parkinson’s disease, and neuromuscular disorders, just to name a few. Some neurological conditions are congenital, emerging before birth. Other conditions may be caused by tumors, degeneration, trauma, infections or structural defects. Regardless of the cause, all neurological disabilities result from damage to the nervous system. Depending on where the damage takes place, determines to what extent communication, vision, hearing, movement and cognition are impacted.

Neuropathic pain is usually a chronic pain condition which is typically caused by progressive nerve disease as a result from injury or infection. This pain is often described as shooting or burning pain and can flare up at any time without an obvious pain-inducing event or factor. It is often the result of nerve damage or a malfunctioning nervous system.

Tab adiculopathy describes a range of symptoms produced from the pinching of a nerve root in the spinal column. Nerve roots can be pinched at different areas along the spine. Symptoms of radiculopathy will vary based on the location of the pinched nerve root. Symptoms can include pain, weakness, numbness, and tingling.

A post-surgical pain control plan can help speed your recovery and keep you comfortable. Our interventional pain specialists can work with you on a post-surgery pain control plan that can help reduce side effects of surgery and reduce the need for post-surgical opioids.

A post-surgical pain control plan can help speed your recovery and keep you comfortable. Our interventional pain specialists can work with you on a post-surgery pain control plan that can help reduce side effects of surgery and reduce the need for post-surgical opioids.

Whiplash pain is a term used to describe any soft tissue injury when the neck moves in an abnormal way. In this type of injury, the neck is forced to extremes of range of motion, which can cause significant injury to muscles, ligaments, discs, tendons, and facet joints. In some cases, it is possible for pain to continue several months, or even years, after the injury.

Sports injuries are injuries that occur when engaging in sport or exercise. Sports injuries can occur due to overtraining, lack of conditioning, and improper form or technique. Injuries may range from mild to severe and can include bruises, strains, sprains, tears, broken bones, soft tissues injury, and traumatic brain injury (TBI).

Vertigo is a symptom, rather than a condition itself. It’s the sensation that you, or the environment around you, is moving or spinning.

This feeling may be barely noticeable, or it may be so severe that you find it difficult to keep your balance and do everyday tasks.

Attacks of vertigo can develop suddenly and last for a few seconds, or they may last much longer. If you have severe vertigo, your symptoms may be constant and last for several days, making normal life very difficult.

Other symptoms associated with vertigo may include:

  • loss of balance – which can make it difficult to stand or walk
  • feeling sick or being sick
  • dizziness

A migraine is a headache that can cause severe throbbing pain or a pulsating sensation, usually on one side of the head. It's often accompanied by nausea, vomiting, and extreme sensitivity to light and sound often worse with exertion.

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Iscope is currently accepting new patients. A referral from your primary care physician or specialist is required for consultations covered by your provincial plan. If you require rehabilitation services a referral is not required.

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