Do you experience pain in multiple joints such as in your knees, shoulders, hips and in elbows? In fact, pain is not such a serious issue to be taken into
consideration but when the same pain is felt in multiple sites accompanied by inflammation then it drags your full attention to getting consulted from an
ortho specialist. Of course, joints play a most important role in your body by performing voluntary motions and forms strong internal connections with all your 206 bones.
Dr. Dhananjay Gupta is the best orthopedic doctor in Delhi who has a more than a decade experience in providing treatment to all your bones and joints related illness.
In most of the cases, the multiple joint pain with inflammation is the common cause of arthritis. Acute arthritis affecting multiple joints is most often due to Viral infection, beginning of joint disorder or flare-up of existing chronic disorder and Gout. Rheumatoid arthritis is the most common manifestation that that affects and hurts your hands, wrists, elbows, shoulders, knees, ankles, feet, jaw and neck. They cause pain, swelling, and stiffness in all these joints.
A twinge of pain and swelling is a common symptom that is mostly found in almost all joint related problems. Some of these joint related disorders are:
This is a form of arthritis that affects the spine joint known as vertebra causing severe chronic pain and discomfort. Inflammation in vertebra occurs which results in gradual loss of mobility. It occurs in a male between the ages of 20 and 40.
CARPEL TUNNEL SYNDROME
It is a condition that occurs when the medial nerve that is passing through wrist become compressed. As a result, burning pain, tingling and numbness sensations are felt in your hand. The risk factors for developing this disease are obesity, repetitive wrist work, and rheumatoid arthritis.
This condition results due to excess build up of uric acid in the joints due to improper metabolism of uric acid. This shows the sudden onset of symptoms such as a hot, red, swollen and painful joint.
The bone density gradually reduces and bones become porous that normally occurs in women during their menopause phase. Obviously, your bones become weak and this causes intense pain.
Any kind of arthritis always accompanies with inflammation in which your body’s immune system starts attacking your own tissues even when there is no foreign body. Some types of arthritis that are associated with inflammation include Rheumatoid, Psoriatic arthritis, osteoarthritis, Systemic Lupus and Gout. When inflammation occurs, you will begin to notice symptoms such as swelling, redness in joints, stiffness, joint pain, and loss of joint function. The release of the chemicals increases the blood flow in the area which attracts white blood cells to the area of injury. The crowding up of these cells cause irritation and wearing down of cartilages and swelling of joints.