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Conditions & Treatments

It's not uncommon to have aches and pains in our bones, joints and muscles. They may be caused by daily wear and tear, overuse or aging. Or they may be a result of injury or illness.

Sometimes it can be hard to figure out exactly what's causing a muscle ache or joint pain. For example, sore muscles and aches could be the result of a hard workout routine — or they could be a sign of a more serious problem such as chronic pain or arthritis. It's important to know what is affecting you so you can treat it correctly.

Arthritis

Many people with arthritis can be treated with pain medications, lifestyle modifications and sometimes medicines to prevent disease progression.

Osteoporosis

A disease that affects your bones, making them thin and brittle and creating holes inside them. We see osteoporosis leading to fractures in the hip, spine and wrist in particular.

Hand/Repetitive Motion

Everyday wear and tear causes problems with fingers, hands and wrists. Problems also can be caused by injury or aging.

Shoulder

The shoulder is the most movable joint in the body, but its flexibility makes it prone to both sudden injury and chronic wear.