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What is the cause of joint pain?

To put it simply, joint pain and its many related symptoms are a by-product of the amazing structure of our skeletal system.

You can find a primer on Joints by clicking here - Joint Primer.

Did you know?
85% of the human population will experience pain in their joints at some point in their life.

Did you know that many animals also suffer from joint pain?... They do. Dogs and horses are especially prone to Joint Pain.

The risk of joint pain is the cost that we incur having been blessed with a host of articulated joints that move in a manner that has allowed us to evolve into the complex and successful animals we are.

The generic medical term for any joint pain or stiffness in a joint is Arthralgia.

Joint pain can affect any joint in the body and it can be caused by many types of injuries or conditions. No matter what the cause of joint pain however, it is at the very least bothersome and quite often debilitating.

For a quick & free diagnosis, be sure to check out the Joint Pain Check-Up Tool here.

It is safe to say that the cause of joint pain typically falls within one of two categories.

1) Non-arthritis joint pain causes:

Sprains and Strains
• Fracture
Back/Spine related problems
• Autoimmune diseases such as Lupus
Bone infection (Osteomyelitis)
Runners Knee
Tendonitis (Tennis Elbow)
• Infectious disease:Influenza, Measles, Rheumatic fever, Epstein-Barr viral syndrome, Hepatitis, Mumps, Rubella, Chickenpox, Paravirus, Lyme disease

2) Arthritis related joint pain causes:

Juvenile Arthritis
Osteoarthritis (OA)
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA)
Septic arthritis
Other Arthritis Types

The good news is that scientists, nutritionists and medical professionals are making great strides everyday in understanding the multiple causes of joint pain as well as improving joint pain management techniques and remedies.

The future looks very bright indeed!

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