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Joint pain: causes and treatment

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At Germering Orthopedics, we examine patients thoroughly to get down to the root causes of their joint pain. With a precise diagnosis, we can then recommend an appropriate course of treatment. On this page, you’ll learn about the problems associated with joint pain, and how we can help you to quickly get back on your feet.

Joint pain can be caused by a number of different factors. Some of the major causes of joint pain include injuries or accidents, as well as osteoarthritis and rheumatism. In many cases, a lack of exercise or excess body weight is responsible for the emergence of pain.

Elbow pain

Common causes of elbow pain include strains and calcium deposits on the tendons near the elbow. This pain is often referred to as tennis, mouse, or golfer’s elbow.

At Germering Orthopedics, our orthopedists and trauma surgeons quickly discover the causes of your pain and get you started on the best possible course of treatment.

Ankle pain

A sprain is a common type of ankle injury. Sprains can occur during sports as well as everyday activities. When sprains occur, the ligaments, joint capsules, bones, or cartilage of the ankle can become damaged. More severe injuries can also cause osteoarthritis to develop in the ankle.

To prevent this from occurring, our orthopedists and trauma surgeons examine your ankle thoroughly to ensure you receive a course of treatment that is specially tailored to your own particular needs.

Wrist pain

Wrist pain may be caused by osteoarthritis or an inflammation of the tendon sheaths. Our orthopedists and trauma surgeons immediately get down to the root causes of your pain and quickly set up a course of treatment. These treatments are always customized in accordance with your own particular diagnosis.

Finger and thumb joint pain

The most common causes of finger and thumb joint pain are overexertion, injuries, osteoarthritis, and rheumatism. Inquire with your orthopedist or trauma surgeon about the treatment options available at Germering Orthopedics.

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