Joint pain is a very common problem with many possible causes - but it's usually a result of injury or arthritis. Of all the joints, the knee joint is probably the most frequently damaged and the most susceptible to pain. In older people, joint pain that gets steadily worse is usually a sign of osteoarthritis, which is the most common type of arthritis in India. It may affect just one joint, or many. Osteoarthritis causes pain and stiffness because it damages the protective surface of the bones and cause mild swelling of the tissues in and around the joint. It can sometimes affect younger people, especially those who are overweight or those who have had serious injuries to the joint in the past.
The symptoms may come and go in episodes, which can be related to things such as your activity levels and even the weather. In more severe cases, the symptoms can be continuous.
Symptoms you or your doctor may notice include:
Pain and stiffness in your joints, which can make it difficult to move the affected joints and do certain activities
Increased pain and stiffness when you have not moved your joints for a while
Joints appearing slightly larger or more 'knobbly' than usual
A grating or crackling sound or sensation in your joints
Limited range of movement in your joints
Weakness and muscle wasting (loss of muscle bulk)
Muscular stress and tension
Sprains and muscle strains
Complex regional pain syndrome
Cold and Flu
Chronic fatigue syndrome
Arthritis affects 15% people i.e. over 180 million population of India, of which women suffering from various forms of arthritis account for nearly 80%. Lack of exercise and balanced diet and wrong postures in daily routine have aggravated the disease.
We offer rapid pain control without side effect in joint pain but also in cervical (Neck) pain and Lumbo Sacral (Low Back) pain
In comparison to allopathy our medicines do not cause acidity or kidney damage
Management also includes physio therapy as adviced by us.