Joint pain can stem from many different causes, such as injury affecting the ligaments or tendons, joint inflammation, an infection, and rarely cancer of the joint. Joint pain is often the direct cause of ankle pain, knee pain, and shoulder pain. Common signs and symptoms of joint pain include joint swelling, joint redness, weakness, stiffness, joint tenderness, joint warmth, locking of the joint, limping, and loss of motion of the joint.
It is common for older individuals and especially for people with an inactive lifestyle to feel pain in the knees, legs, back, and ankles. But when the pain is chronic, it causes lots of difficulties, often interfering with their everyday life and the performance of day-to-day activities….Readmore