Spine, Orthopedics and Rehabilitation offers joint pain treatment for the residents of Melbourne, Rockledge, Titusville, Palm Bay, and the surrounding communities in Florida.
How Can We Help with Your Joint Pain?
The joints of the body play important roles in helping you move. When you have joint pain, the issue typically does not resolve without treatment. Fortunately, this does not mean that you need surgery. At SOAR, we have worked with many men and women who suffer worse symptoms after joint surgery than before the procedures. This is why we recommend taking a conservative approach. There are several types of joint pain:
- Knee Pain Treatment
- Meniscus Tear Treatment
- WACL/PCL/MCL Tear or Strains
- Arthritis Treatment
- Osteoarthritis Treatment
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Bursitis Treatment
- Ischial Bursitis
- Trochanter Bursitis
- Coccydynia Treatment
- Degenerative Joint Disease Treatment
- Foot Pain Treatment
- Heel Spur Treatment
- Hip Pain Treatment
- Sacroiliac Joint (SJ) Pain Treatment
- Leg Pain Treatment
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Repetitive Stress Injury Treatment
- Golfer’s Elbow Treatment
- Tennis Elbow Treatment
- DeQuervain’s Syndrome Treatment
- Shoulder Impingement
- Joint Sprains/Strains
- Tendonitis Treatment
Knee Pain Treatment
Knee pain is debilitating whether it is an occasional sharp pain or persistent ache. Having knee pain makes you feel uncertain when walking and standing and may even increase your risk of falling and stumbling. Knee pain treatment involves diagnosing why you have knee pain and recommending non-surgical treatment options.
Meniscus Tear Treatment
The meniscus is the cartilage that is located between the joint surfaces of the knee.
WACL/PCL/MCL Tear or Strains
The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), posterior cruciate ligament (PCL), and medial collateral ligament are located in the knee. When you suffer an ACL/PCL/MCL tear or strain, the effects can be painful, and you may lose use of your leg until the damage heals.
If you are diagnosed with arthritis, it means that your joint is causing pain or that you have some disease that affects your joints, such as rheumatoid arthritis or osteoarthritis.
Osteoarthritis describes a condition in which the flexible tissues at the ends of your bones are degraded. It may be caused by a past injury, aging, and other conditions.
Rheumatoid arthritis occurs in patients who have inflammation inside the joints. The most common joints that develop rheumatoid arthritis are those found in the hands and feet, but it can occur anywhere in the body.
The bursa are small sacs near the joints that are filled with fluid and act as cushions against stress and impact. Bursitis is a condition in which there is inflammation of these sacs.
If the bursa that is located between the bottom of the pelvic bone and ligament that attaches the hamstring becomes inflamed, you may have ischial bursitis. The condition causes tenderness, stiffness and pain.
Trochanter bursitis is an inflammation of the fluid-filled sac on the outside of the hip. You may notice pain that worsens when you run, stand, and walk.
The tailbone is known clinically as the “coccyx.” If you have inflammation of the tailbone, it is referred to as coccydynia and may cause tenderness and pain.
Degenerative Joint Disease Treatment
Degenerative joint disease is referred to as osteoarthritis. Millions of people suffer from this chronic condition, and our treatments aim to manage your symptoms.
Foot Pain Treatment
It may be hard to believe, but you have more than 30 joints in each foot. Our foot pain treatment for joint disorders promotes natural healing of the body without surgery.
Heel Spur Treatment
Calcium may build up on the bone of your heel to produce a spur. A heel spur may cause pain when walking and standing.
Hip Pain Treatment
Hip pain is not only uncomfortable, but it also increases your risks for falls and other types of accidents. Hip pain treatment helps to reduce any inflammation and injuries that may be causing your hip pain.
Sacroiliac Joint (SJ) Pain Treatment
The sacroiliac joint is part of your pelvis. Injury or degeneration of the joint may cause pain in your lower back and legs.
Leg Pain Treatment
Some of the largest muscles, joints, and nerves are found in your legs. Leg pain treatment is intended to determine why you have leg pain and identify treatments that will alleviate your symptoms and reduce the likelihood of complications.
You have a thick connective tissue that runs from the heel to the toes. When this tissue is inflamed, you have a condition known as “plantar fasciitis.”
Repetitive Stress Injury Treatment
Repetitive stress injuries are common in athletes and people who perform the same tasks at work. Placing stress on the same areas of your body increase the likelihood of tearing ligaments, developing inflammation, and straining muscles.
Golfer’s Elbow Treatment
Any repetitive motion that requires stress on the wrist and fingers, such as golfing, may produce discomfort on the inside of the elbow that is caused by tiny tears in the tissues. Although it is commonly known as “golfer’s elbow,” the condition can develop in athletes and non-athletes.
Tennis Elbow Treatment
Tennis elbow develops when you use repetitive motions that injure the connective tissue between the elbow joint and muscle of the forearm.
DeQuervain’s Syndrome Treatment
DeQuervain’s syndrome is a condition that causes pain due to inflammation in the tendons of the thumb. It is considered a repetitive stress injury that is most often linked to using a computer for prolonged periods of time.
One of the most common reasons that people develop shoulder pain is impingement. The condition develops when the bones place pressure on the bursa or tendons.
The tendons work as links between the bones. Injury to the tendons near a joint may result in a sprain or strain. Tendon injuries around the ankle are the most common type of joint sprains/strains.
Overuse, repetitive injuries and rheumatoid arthritis are the most common causes of tendonitis. The condition describes an inflammation of the tendon.
What Are the Benefits of Joint Pain Treatment?
- Improves mobility
- Reduces future complications
- Non-surgical, conservative options
What Should I Expect from My Joint Pain Treatment?
Based on the diagnosis of your joint pain, we may recommend:
- Sacroiliac joint injection
- Corticosteroid injections
- Intra-articular joint injections
Does Insurance Cover the Cost of Joint Pain Treatment?
Medical insurance does cover the cost of joint pain treatment. You may qualify for our payment plans, discounted rates, and other programs to help with any out-of-pocket expenses.
Do You Have Sore Joints?
Our team of medical professionals and staff offer joint pain treatment for the residents of Melbourne, Rockledge, Titusville, Palm Bay, and the surrounding communities in Florida. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.