Joint Pain


Joint pain can be caused by damage influencing any of the tendons, bursae, or ligaments encompassing the joint. Damage can likewise affect the tendons, cartilage, and bones inside the joint. Pain is likewise a component of joint inflammation (joint inflammation, for example, rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis) and contamination, and rarely but it could be a cause of bone cancer as well. The pain inside the joint is a typical reason for shoulder pain, knee pain, and ankle pain. Joint pain is likewise alluded to as arthralgia. The sexually transmitted infections (STDs) chlamydia and gonorrhea can prompt joint pain as well.

Side effects and signs related to joint pain can include the following:

  • Joint redness
  • Joint swelling
  • Joint tenderness
  • Joint warmth
  • Limping
  • Locking of the joint
  • Loss of range of movement of the joint
  • Stiffness
  • Weakness

Exams and Tests performed for Joint Pain

Our healthcare professionals will take a complete history marked by your symptoms paving the way to and connected with your joint pain. What activities, assuming any, which you were doing when your joint pain started ought to be talked about. Disturbing and alleviating conditions that influence the level of your pain will likewise be imperative to examine. After an examination, additional testing may be vital, including blood tests and X-rays or other imaging studies. Occasionally, MRI filtering is useful if the issue requires further assistance.


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