Joseph A. Cabaret, MD in Camarillo, California is a pain management specialist who has been treating people with pain for over 26 years. If you’re looking for solutions to your joint pain, call Dr. Cabaret today or schedule an appointment online.
Looking for joint pain relief? Joint pain is common among adults and can include aches and soreness in areas where your bones meet. Pain in the joints occurs when damage (injury) or disease affects the connections between bones. Tissues of the joint that cause pain include cartilage, bone, ligaments, muscles and tendons.
A number of common conditions are associated with joint pain, such as arthritis (inflammation or pain in the joint itself), infection, diseases and injuries to the joint area. Your knees, shoulders, and hips are among the most common body areas to be affected by joint issues. Older adults suffer from joint pain more frequently than younger people.
Virtually any joint in the body can be affected by pain. Levels of discomfort vary from mild and short-term (acute) to debilitating and chronic. Joint pain has the potential to negatively affect a person’s quality of life. A patient may experience pain in one or more joints of the body. Fortunately, there are many treatment options to manage joint pain.
What are the best treatments for joint pain? Depending on the cause of your pain, joint pain treatment options may include:
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The first step in treating your joint pain is to get an accurate diagnosis of the cause of your symptoms. Come in TODAY under your insurance for a Stem Cell consultation so Dr. Cabaret can choose the best treatment for you.
At Dr. Joseph Cabaret’s center, we can help diagnose your pain, and we offer a range of therapies to treat your pain. Our goal is to get you back to your normal activities. Contact us to meet with one of our joint pain specialists.