Joint Pain

Restoration Healthcare

Regenerative Medicine located in Coeur d'Alene, ID

Your joints form the connection between two or more bones and are made up of many parts, including muscle, cartilage, tendons, and ligaments. An injury or disease that affects any of the parts that make up your joint can lead to joint pain, which may have a significant impact on your ability to carry out your daily activities. The experienced regenerative and integrative medicine team at Restoration Healthcare in Coeur D’Alene, Idaho, specializes in the treatment of joint pain, focusing on the root cause of your discomfort so you get the most beneficial relief. For an evaluation, call the office or request an appointment online today.

Joint Pain Q & A

What is joint pain?

Joint pain refers to any type of discomfort you experience in or around one of your joints. The pain may be dull and achy, burning, or sharp. The pain may also affect your ability to use the joint. 

Your joint pain may develop suddenly after an unexpected injury or seem to occur slowly and worsen over time. 

The knee, shoulder, and hip are common sources of joint pain. These joints endure a lot of stress and have a wide range of mobility that makes them susceptible to pain.

No matter the cause or degree of pain, if you’re experiencing joint pain that’s making it difficult to manage your day-to-day activities, then it’s time to contact the specialists at Restoration Healthcare. 

What causes joint pain?

Due to the many components that make up your joints, joint pain can result from a range of causes. Some of the most common include:

  • Arthritis
  • Sprains and strains
  • Tendonitis
  • Dislocation
  • Fracture

Even medical conditions, such as lupus or Lyme disease, can lead to joint pain.

What can I expect during an evaluation for joint pain?

The team at Restoration Healthcare conducts a comprehensive examination when you come to the office with concerns about joint pain. The goal of your evaluation is to find the root cause of your pain so you can get the most targeted treatments.

During your evaluation, the team reviews your symptoms and medical history. Then, the team performs a physical examination, paying close attention to the affected joint. To confirm or rule out a diagnosis, the team may request diagnostic tests, such as bloodwork or an X-ray. 

What are the treatments for joint pain?

Treatment for your joint pain is individualized based on the cause of your pain, the joint affected, your symptoms, and your overall health.

The team at Restoration Healthcare creates comprehensive treatment plans not only aimed at reducing your joint pain, but also improving your overall health.

Joint pain treatment may include:

  • Anti-inflammatory medication
  • Rehabilitation
  • Chiropractic care
  • Massage therapy

If your joint pain is due to an injury or arthritis, the team at Restoration Healthcare may suggest stem cell therapy with mesenchymal stem cells to accelerate the healing of your injured or diseased tissue. 

Joint pain is common and can develop from many causes. For expert care of your joint pain, call Restoration Healthcare or request an appointment online today.