JOINT & Extremity Pain

 

Shoulder Pain

Shoulder issues may arise from various factors such as trauma, overuse, repetitive strain, inflammatory conditions, or degenerative changes associated with aging.

Common shoulder-related problems include rotator cuff tears, shoulder impingement syndrome, frozen shoulder (adhesive capsulitis), shoulder instability (such as dislocations or subluxations), bursitis, tendonitis (such as biceps tendonitis), and arthritis (osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis).

Symptoms can vary widely but often include pain, stiffness, weakness, reduced range of motion, and difficulty with activities such as reaching overhead, lifting, or sleeping on the affected side.

Treatment options vary depending on the underlying cause and severity of symptoms but often include conservative measures such as rest, activity modification, physical therapy, chiropractic, injections, pain management, and regenerative medicine. 

Wrist Pain

Wrist issues may arise from factors such as overuse, trauma, repetitive strain, inflammatory conditions, or degenerative changes associated with aging.

Common wrist-related problems include:

Carpal tunnel syndrome

Wrist sprains

Tendonitis (such as De Quervain’s tenosynovitis)

Ganglion cysts

Arthritis (osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis)

Fractures (such as Colles’ fracture)

Symptoms can range from pain, swelling, and stiffness to weakness, reduced range of motion, and difficulty with gripping, lifting, or performing fine motor tasks.  

Treatment options vary depending on the underlying cause and severity of symptoms but often include conservative measures such as rest, activity modification, splinting, physical therapy, chiropractic, injections, pain management, and regenerative medicine. 

Bicep Tendinopathy or Tendinitis Treatment | MultiCare Medical | Omaha

Elbow Pain

Elbow issues may arise from factors such as repetitive strain, overuse, trauma, inflammatory conditions, or degenerative changes associated with aging.

Common elbow-related problems include tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis), golfer’s elbow (medial epicondylitis), olecranon bursitis, elbow sprains, fractures, dislocations, and arthritis (osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis).

Symptoms can range from pain, swelling, and stiffness to weakness, reduced range of motion, and difficulty with gripping, lifting, or performing activities that involve bending or straightening the elbow.

Treatment options vary depending on the underlying cause and severity of symptoms but often include rest, activity modification, physical therapy, chiropractic, pain management, injections and regenerative medicine.

Knee Pain

Knee issues may arise from factors such as overuse, trauma, biomechanical abnormalities, inflammatory conditions, or degenerative changes associated with aging.

Common knee-related problems include:

Osteoarthritis

Ligament injuries (such as anterior cruciate ligament tears)

Meniscus tears

Patellar tendinitis

Bursitis

Fractures

Symptoms can vary widely but often include pain, swelling, stiffness, instability, and difficulty with weight-bearing activities such as walking, running, or climbing stairs.

Treatment options vary depending on the underlying cause and severity of symptoms but often include conservative measures such as rest, activity modification, physical therapy, chiropractic, injections, pain management, and regenerative medicine.

HIP Pain

Hip issues may arise from factors such as overuse, trauma, biomechanical abnormalities, inflammatory conditions, or degenerative changes associated with aging.

Common hip-related problems include osteoarthritis, hip impingement (femoroacetabular impingement), bursitis, tendonitis (such as iliopsoas tendonitis), labral tears, hip dysplasia, and fractures.

Symptoms can vary widely but often include pain, stiffness, reduced range of motion, instability, and difficulty with weight-bearing activities such as walking, standing, or climbing stairs.

Treatment options vary depending on the underlying cause and severity of symptoms but often include rest, activity modification, physical therapy, chiropractic, injections, pain management, and regenerative medicine.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Treatment | MultiCare Medical | Omaha Nebraska

Hand Pain

Hand issues may arise from various factors such as repetitive strain, trauma, overuse, inflammatory conditions, or degenerative changes associated with aging.

Common hand-related problems include carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis (such as De Quervain’s tenosynovitis), trigger finger, arthritis (osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis), and fractures or dislocations.

Symptoms can range from pain, swelling, and stiffness to weakness, numbness, tingling, or difficulty with gripping, grasping, or performing fine motor tasks.

Treatment options vary depending on the underlying cause and severity of symptoms but often include conservative measures such as rest, activity modification, splinting, physical therapy, chiropractic, pain management, injections and regenerative medicine.

Ankle & Foot Pain

Ankle and foot issues may arise from factors such as overuse, trauma, improper footwear, biomechanical abnormalities, inflammatory conditions, or degenerative changes associated with aging.

Common foot and ankle-related problems include:

Plantar fasciitis

Achilles tendinitis

Ankle sprains

Stress fractures

Bunions

Hammertoes

Osteoarthritis

Symptoms can vary widely but often include pain, swelling, stiffness, instability, and difficulty with weight-bearing or walking.

Treatment options vary depending on the underlying cause and severity of symptoms but often include rest, activity modification, orthotics, bracing, physical therapy, chiropractic, injections, pain management, and regenerative medicine.

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