Joint Pain Management

About Joint Pain Management

Joint pain is a leading adult disability, as is arthritis, which is frequently thought to be synonymous with joint pain. However, arthritis isn't the only cause of joint pain. One of the examples of non arthritic joint pain is caused by Bursitis. Though arthritis is generally the culprit behind most joint pain, the exact cause can be one of over 100 different types arthritis. These include fibromyalgia, osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis to rare varieties of arthritis like ankylosing spondylitis, systemic lupus erythematosus and scleroderma. Joint pain is generally a chronic condition. Unlike acute pain which is temporary and strikes immediately, joint pain is usually persistent and lingers for weeks and often years. More money is spent on unproven joint pain treatments than on basic research into its cause. However, with an early diagnosis, treatments can be started that not only provide pain relief and management, but help slow the progression of arthritis. The most frequently used arthritis treatments are surgery, medicine and alternative therapies. The non surgical therapies would include Physical therapy, Medication, Vitamin therapy, Nutritional Advice, Laser therapy etc. Finding out a suitable specialist is another big task. A joint pain specialist thoroughly explains the patient’s diagnosis and treatment options. In addition, our specialists advise patients about the actions they can take to reduce pain, including lifestyle changes that can help improve their condition and maintain long-term health

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