Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome can result in muscle and joint aches, poor healing of musculoskeletal problems, and pinched nerve syndromes. Many things can cause muscle and joint pain, and pinched nerves. Thyroid system impairment is not an exception. The musculoskeletal complaints associated with Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome often seem to be related in some way to fluid retention. Since Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome is so easily treated and can have such a profound affect on the musculoskeletal system, it is a condition well worth considering. It can explain why some patients recuperate much more slowly than others from surgeries or accidents because of significant fluid retention and inflammation which can impair proper healing. The presence of Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome can also explain, therefore, why some patients do not respond as favorably to orthopedic physical therapy and chiropractic therapy as well as others.