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Knee Pain
The knee is one of the most commonly injured joints. As today's society becomes more and more active, the causes and number of knee problems are increasing. Knee pain and injuries can affect any of the ligaments, bursae, or tendons surrounding the knee joint. If you suffer from stiffness, swelling, or discomfort after walking or sitting for a long period of time, you could be suffering from a knee injury.


Shoulder Pain
Shoulder pain can negatively affect your daily life and activities. You might experience soreness or discomfort after lifting, playing sports, painting, or any activity that requires you to lift your arms. This can make performing basic tasks very difficult.

Since the shoulder joint has a greater range of motion than any other part of the body, it is more vulnerable to injury. Shoulder injuries could be in the bone structure, ligaments, muscles, blood vessels, or nerves. The complexity of this joint makes it critical for you to see a physician if you experience any pain, soreness, or discomfort.

Hip Pain
Hip pain is common and can make routine moments uncomfortable. When minor, sometimes it only takes some exercise, weight loss or rest to repair. However, your hips support the weight of your head, trunk, and arms and also provide a base of support that allows you to move your legs and bend and straighten your body.
Because the hip is a ball-and-socket joint, it is one of the most commonly replaced joints and one of our body's largest weight-bearing joints. Whether it comes from injury, trauma, disease, or time, joint pain or damage can lead to hip replacement. Arthritis is the hip's worst enemy. Call your physician today to get a diagnosis of your pain or injury.