Health Conditions:

Joint Pain Syndrome

What is Joint Pain Syndrome?

Joint pain is discomfort in your joints. Your joints are what connects your bones together. They support you in different positions, and they help you move. Sometimes, the joint swells and feels warm as well. Joint pain can be a symptom of many ailments.

What causes Joint Pain Syndrome?

While not an exhaustive list, these are some conditions that can cause joint pain:

  • Osteoarthritis
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Gout
  • Bursitis
  • Injury
  • Infections

Treating and Diagnosing Joint Pain Syndrome

If you are dealing with joint pain, you know firsthand how agonizing it can be. One of the worst things about joint pain is the way that it affects your mentality. Joint pain can literally make you afraid to move. You worry that if you step wrong, grab something with your hands wrong, or get up in a wrong way, you’re going to experience excruciating and debilitating pain.

Joint pain can alter your life so much that it makes you feel like you are not the same person you were before developing the pain.

We have years of experience dealing with people who are suffering from different forms of joint pain. We understand the frustration, the depression, and irritation that joint pain causes, and we want to help.

The very first thing that we are going to do is sit down and talk to you about your pain. We want to carefully listen to everything you have to say because we understand that your pain is uniquely different from the pain that others may experience. We know that there is no one-size-fits-all joint pain relief program.

After we have collected some information about your pain, we are going to work with you to create an individualized treatment plan to help you manage your pain as well as to help reduce your pain.

Our goal is to provide you with a short-term pain relief treatment that will allow you to get back to your activities quickly. However, we are also interested in creating a long-term pain management treatment that will provide you with relief and the ability to cope with your pain for years to come.

Joint pain has already robbed you of enough of your life. It’s time to make the joint pain stop and get back to living the life you deserve.