Joint Muscular Pain

When pain is felt in the body, it can sometimes be difficult to distinguish exactly where the pain is originating from and why it hurts. Is it joint pain, muscular pain, or something else entirely? Joint pain is felt more offen when the body is at rest, whereas muscular pain is felt when the body is in motion.
There are some causes of joint and muscular pain that are mistaken for each other, because they affect similar parts of the body. Hence it’s important to diagnose and Assess the pain accordingly. While the causes of joint and muscular pain are unique to each individual, it is often possible to distinguish between the two.
Muscle spasms often occur alongside muscle pain, and the pain gets better when exercised because activity releases lactic acid and toxins that have built up. With joint pain, swelling usually occurs around the affected joint, and this type of pain typically takes longer to heal.

Hip Pain

Physical discomfort in the hip, which varies from mild to severe.

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Neck Pain

(Cervical Spondylosis)
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Arm Pain

Arm pain is usually described as pain, discomfort, or stiffness that occurs anywhere from your shoulders down to your fingers

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Shoulder Pain

(Frozen Shoulder)
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Wrist Pain

Knee Pain

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Foot Pain

(Plantar Fasciitis)
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Elbow Pain

Back Pain

(Sciatica, Lumber Spine)
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Calf Pain

Calf pain can result from a number of causes, including overworking the muscle, cramps, and foot conditions.

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