HIP, KNEE, & SHOULDER PAIN

Hip, Knee, & Shoulder Pain

Our board-certified pain management physicians at our pain management practice in Lake Worth will be happy to help you with your Joint Pain, which can be caused by injuries and degeneration of bone, capsule, ligaments, cartilage and articular surface or covering of the contact parts of the joint. A comprehensive history with a careful and thorough examination is always necessary to accurately evaluate the symptoms. Imaging studies are often needed, including x-rays, MRIs, ultrasound and CT scans. Frequently selective diagnostic injections are ultimately needed for a confirmed diagnosis before definitive treatment is initiated. Each joint or articulation is different and complex. Normal use and wear-and-tear over time can cause degeneration, as can repetitive stress and acute injury. Essentially the accumulation of movements thins the cartilage and can cause bone-on-bone conditions creating knee pain, hip pain and shoulder pain. Many other joints in our body can also be affected. The history and description of symptoms are critical in arriving at the correct diagnosis. Early treatment of these conditions can often minimize the need for surgery and further joint degeneration. Regenerative medical techniques are a new and modern approach to the treatment of painful joints. Much of the scientific basis for these treatments comes from stem cell research. Regenerating damaged tissue and promoting healing of injuries and joint degeneration specifically applies to hips, shoulders, knees and other joints that do much of the work of daily living. If you have not found the answer to your questions, please feel free to Contact Us. We are happy to answer any questions you may have, whether you are looking for a pain management doctor in West Palm Beach, pain management in Palm Beach county, or even more specific services such as PRP therapy in Lake Worth, prolotherapy in Lake Worth, or treatment for your sciatica in Lake Worth. Prolotherapy Stem Cell Tissue Regeneration Platelet Rich Plasma