Disease Banners - Joint Pain

Joint Pain

Preventing Joint Pain Is Easier Than Treating Pain

Joint pain may affect just one joint or it may affect many different joints, it may vary depending of its underlying causes, it can be caused by injury or disease affecting any of the ligaments, bursae, or tendons surrounding the joint.

Joint Pain

Joint pain is usually caused due to inflammation and swelling in joints and one of the major factor is stress.

Symptoms of Joint Pain

Fever

Fever

Fatigue

Fatigue

Weight loss

Weight Loss

Tender Joints

Tender Joints

Loss of Joint Functions

Loss of Joint Functions

Stiff Joints

Stiff Joints

Joint Redness

Joint redness

Joint deformity

Joint deformity

Causes of Joint Pain

Bone cancer

Bone Cancer

Broken bone

Broken bone

Dislocation

Dislocation

Gout

Gout

Hypothyroidism

Hypothyroidism

Psoriasis

Psoriasis

Leukemia

Leukemia

Lupus

Lupus

Arthritis

Arthritis

Rickets

Rickets

Prevention for Joint Pain

Increase Flexibility

Increase Flexibility

Maintain Proper Posture

Maintain Proper Posture

Reduce Stress

Reduce Stress

Get Nutrition in Check

Get Nutrition in Check

Balance Low and High-Impact Cardio

Balance Low and High-Impact Cardio

Wear the Right Shoes

Wear the Right Shoes

Eat Healthy Food

Eat Healthy Food

Stay in motion. Change your posture at short intervals

Stay in motion. Change your posture at short intervals