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Joint Pain

Damage to joints from injury or disease can result in severe and chronic pain. There are many conditions that can lead to joint pain including arthritis, bursitis, tendinitis, and gout. Strains, sprains, and other injuries can also cause painful joints.

Many describe the pain as dull constant ache or sharp stabbing deep in the joints. Damage to your joints may result in inflammation and can interfere with your stability and mobility. If untreated, damage to joints can lead to more serious medical problems.

Damage to the Joints

Weight bearing joints are more susceptible to damage. Knees, shoulders, and the hip are most common areas of complaints by patients.

To reduce your likelihood of developing long-term joint damage we recommend you get treated early. Regular exercising, weight loss, resting when needed, avoiding smoking can also help reduce your chances of developing long-term joint problems.

Joint Injection Therapy

Joint injection therapy is the treatment of musculoskeletal disorders by injecting medication and anesthetics directly into the joint space. It has been a common and effective treatment for over 60 years. If you have had chronic joint pain, Joint Injection Therapy may be a good treatment option. Some of the most common injection sites, include:

  • Knees
  • Elbows
  • Wrists
  • Shoulders
  • Feet

Benefits of Joint Injection Therapy, include:

  • Suppressing inflammation
  • Reducing pain
  • Increasing joint function
  • Reducing time to recovery

We take pride in having our patients roomed with no wait time, while providing high quality health care. If you or a loved one suffers from joint pain, come see us today at our Viridian clinic in North Arlington. You can just walk-in or schedule a same-day appointment online!


Important: If you have a life-threatening emergency, please call 911 or go to your nearest Emergency Room. Information in this site is not intended to be used as a diagnosis for your symptoms. If you experience any of these symptoms, please seek medical attention or visit Urgentology Care.

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