Joint Inflammation

What’s Behind Joint Inflammation Pain?

There are a number of reasons why you may be experiencing facet joint pain, but the most common culprits include the following three conditions:


Osteoarthritis describes arthritis linked to the deterioration or wear and tear of the cartilage between your joints. For many people this deterioration happens slowly over time. Other people have a sudden deterioration as a result of an injury or trauma.

Joint Injury or Trauma

An accident that leads you to fall on one of your joints and damages your joints can speed up your cartilage loss. It can lead to pain as well as a reduced range of motion.


Infections can be caused by a disease you are battling, or external toxins may lead to the infection. Whatever the reason, when the infection affects your joints, your cartilage can start to disappear. When the cartilage is gone, your bones rub up against each other, creating painful friction and stiffness.

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Joint inflammation/Facet Joint Arthritis Symptoms

Joint inflammation and facet joint arthritis will have symptoms that are similar to what you see in other types of arthritis. If your pain gets worse over time, you need to visit a pain doctor.

Stiffness in your joints, redness at the location of the pain, or reduced range of motion are all indications that you need medical care.

You are at greater risk for facet joint arthritis and inflammation if you have any of the following conditions:

  • Obesity
  • Family History of Joint Inflammation
  • You Are Female
  • Existing or Previous Injuries
  • You Are 40 Years or Older

Remember, inflammation with time will reduce or eliminate the cartilage in your joints. The sooner you contact our pain doctors, the better chance you have of making a recovery.

How Our Pain Doctors Can Help!

When you visit our Texas treatment center, we are going to want to talk to you about what has worked and what has not given positive results in connection to your pain management. Then we want to present you with various forms of inflammation pain relief, including:

  • Facet Denervation
  • Facet Joint Injections
  • Facet Rhizotomy Injections
  • Lumbar Sympathetic Block
  • Lumbar Epidural Steroid Injections
  • Trigger Point Injections

Depending on where the inflammation pain is located, our team of specialists will be able to work with you and present you with a treatment that will not only stop the pain now but will help you to manage it moving forward. The help you need is just a call or a click away.

Don’t Spend Another Day Suffering

Joint inflammation can negatively impact your life, regardless of your age. It stops you from being the happy, active, social person you once were. Getting your life back is within your control. Schedule an appointment with the physicians of Texas Pain Relief Group!

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The Doctors Behind Our Pain Solutions

Dr. Prasad Lakshminarasimhiah, MD Pain Medicine at Physician Partners of America

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3021 E Renner Road #100, Richardson, TX 75082
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Luis Nieves MD - Pain Physician in PPOA

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1717 Precinct Line Road, Suite 200B Hurst, TX 76054
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