Joints/Tendons/Bursa Pain Conditions in Melbourne, FL & All Our Locations

ACL/PCL/MCL Tears or Strains

Tears and strains of the ACL/PCL/MCL affect the stability of the knee joint.


Arthritis describes a generalized inflammation of a joint.


Bursitis is an inflammation of the bursa, fluid-filled sacs in the joints.


Coccydynia is an inflammation of the tailbone. The condition may cause stiffness and tenderness.

Degenerative Joint Disease

Degenerative joint disease describes an erosion of the connective tissue at the bone ends.

DeQuervain’s Syndrome

DeQuervain’s Syndrome is a condition that involves the tendons of the thumb. Patients with the condition may experience pain and stiffness

Foot Pain

There are numerous bones, ligaments, muscles, and other structures inside the foot. Foot pain may be caused by an abnormality in these tissues.

Golfer’s Elbow

Golfer’s elbow is a condition that causes discomfort on the inside of the elbow.

Heel Spur

A heel spur is a bony growth in the heel that causes pain when a person places pressure on the heel, such as when walking.

Hip Pain

Hip pain is typically caused by arthritis or pinched nerves. The person may lose mobility and find it difficult to sit, stand, or lay down.

Ischial Bursitis

Ischial bursitis is an inflammation of the small sacs in the pelvic region that provide cushioning between the bones.

Knee Pain

Knee pain may be caused by torn ligaments, arthritis, muscle injuries, and other ailments. The person may experience stiffness, imbalance, and other problems.

Leg Pain

Some of the largest muscles in the body are inside the legs, as well as some of the most complex joints. Leg pain may be caused by an trauma to these tissues.

Meniscus Pain

The meniscus is a section of cartilage in the knee. Meniscus pain is typically caused by injury to the cartilage.

Plantar Fasciitis

The toes and heel bone are connected by a flexible piece of tissue. Plantar fasciitis describes an inflammation of this connective tissue.


Osteoarthritis is the most common type of arthritis. It describes a wearing down of cartilage inside the joint.

Repetitive Stress Injuries

Repetitive stress injuries can happen at work or while participating in sports. They develop when a great deal of stress is repeatedly placed upon the same area, such as the elbow when playing tennis.

Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disorder in which the body breaks down tissues around a joint.

Sacroiliac Joint (SIJ) Pain

Leg pain and discomfort in the lower back may be caused by the sacroiliac joint in the pelvic region.

Shoulder Impingement

A shoulder impingement is a pinched nerve in the shoulder area.


Sprains and strains occur when a muscle, ligament, or tendon is stretched beyond capacity. The most common area for strains/sprains is the ankle.

Tennis Elbow

When the connective tissue between the elbow and forearm is inflamed, the diagnosis may be tennis elbow.


Muscles and bones are connected by tendons. When this connective tissue is inflamed, a person may be diagnosed with tendonitis.

Trochanter Bursitis

Chronic hip pain may be caused by trochanter bursitis, an inflammation of the bursa in the hip.