What is Arthritis?

Definition: When parts of the spine or bones begin to deteriorate, the arthritic pain radiates outward. Most patients describe it as a deep, gnawing pain that never goes away. It may even create stabbing pains throughout the day. It is usually worse in the morning before there is a chance to move around and loosen up the joints, but it is a pain that is always there.

Read more below or watch our video about the Anatomy of the Spine & Arthritis:

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Musculoskeletal Pain

Musculoskeletal Pain covers a wide range of issues originating in your muscles, bones, joints, or tendons. Since this is such a large area, we will cover a broad overview of the different kinds of Musculoskeletal Pain as well as links to additional information within our database. Let’s learn more about Musculoskeletal Pain and how to…