The most common cause of joint pain is osteoarthritis, a degenerative disease that wears away the surface of the joint. While our team treats individuals with joint pain caused by osteoarthritis, the most common joint pain we treat is joint damage following a motor vehicle accident. Joint pain can be connected in the following areas:
Knee Joint Pain
Hip Joint Pain
Ankle Joint Pain
Shoulder Joint Pain
Back and Neck Pain
Joint pain may be acute (goes away in a few weeks) to chronic (lasts for months or years). Whether acute or chronic, our team can properly evaluate and treat your joint pain.
Joints are where two or more bones come together forming a connection. It provides support and facilitates movement. Joints typically include bones, ligaments, tendons and other structures which support the joint. They act as shock absorbers and make movement possible. When injured, movement becomes more difficult.
Are You Experiencing Joint Pain?
Our joint pain specialists can minimize or remove your joint pain. We offer a variety of medical providers, each able to treat the cause of your joint pain. Our providers include:
Pain Management Specialist
Accepting New Patients
Our vein specialists are accepting new patients. To schedule an appointment, call us at 972-382-9992.