Your neck and shoulders ache a lot more. You may feel a knot, stiffness, or severe pain in your neck. The pain may spread to your shoulders, upper back, or arms. You may get a headache. You may not be able to move or turn your head and neck easily. If there is pressure on a spinal nerve root , you might have pain that shoots down your arm . You may also have numbness, tingling, or weakness in your arm.
How is Neck & Shoulder Pain treated?
The type of treatment you need will depend on whether your neck and shoulder pain is caused by activities, an injury, or another medical condition.
Most people have back and neck pain from time to time. Some people have ongoing pain that affect their daily activities. Find out how our spine specialist can treat, manage, and avoid back and neck pain.
Medical Tests for Back & Neck Pain
Knee shots, or injections, can help you cope with the pain in the knee and hopefully enable you to be more active.
Which Injections are Used for Knee Pain?
The most common injection for knee pain is a steroid shot. It’s also called a cortisone or corticosteroid shot. The steroid shot can help to reduce the inflammation.
Steroid shots can give quick pain relief.
Another kind of shot is a hyaluronic acid injection.
What are the Side Effects of Shots for Knee Pain?
A common side effect of injections is pain and swelling the first day or two after the shot. It may help to apply ice at home for 15 to 20 minutes.
Injecting anything into a joint or tendon has a very small risk of harm.
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Pain on the Big Toe
There are lots of causes of toe pain. See a doctor if the pain does not improve.
Causes of Toe Pain
Big toe pain could be an issue of poor circulation or nerve damage. Both can be from another medical condition, such as diabetes, peripheral neuropathy.
Below are the list of big toe problem:
- Pain, swelling, red or bruised toe, hurts to walk – BROKEN TOE
- Hard bony lump near the big toe – BUNION
- Pain in the ball of the foot specifically under the big toe joint – SESAMOIDITIS
Do not worry if you’re not sure what the problem is. See a doctor if the pain does not get better.
The knee is the largest joint in the body. Some people are more likely to develop knee problems than others.
Learn & Explore Your Knee Pain
The location of your knee pain can help diagnose what condition you may have.
Front Knee Pain
Pain Behind the Knee
Inner (Medial) Knee Pain
Lateral (Outer) Knee Pain
Diagnostic Knee Arthroscopy
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