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Abnormalities in the bone or joints, poor posture, and degenerative diseases such as osteoarthritis and tumors can cause neck pain. While most neck pain will go away on its own, you should schedule an appointment if your neck pain:
- Persists for more than a few weeks
- Causes headache, numbness, or tingling
- Radiates into your shoulders, arms, or fingers
Because of its large range of motion, the shoulder is highly susceptible to injury from trauma or overuse. The most common causes of shoulder pain include:
- Labrum Tears
- Rotator Cuff Tears
- Tendon Inflammation (tendonitis)
The hand and wrist are prone to a number of conditions including:
- Repetitive motion injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome
Not all wrist or hand pain requires medical treatment, but if your pain and swelling lasts longer than a few days or worsens, please schedule an appointment with a UNOVA upper-extremity specialist as soon as possible.
Foot pain is most often caused by high-impact exercise, injury, and systemic disease, such as diabetes and inflammatory conditions, including arthritis. Foot pain can result in numbness, intense pain, and tingling. Please schedule an appointment with a UNOVA foot and ankle specialist right away if your foot pain and swelling:
- Is severe
- Lasts more than a few days
- Causes numbness
- Makes it difficult to walk
You should also immediately make an appointment if you have foot pain and swelling along with diabetes.
Since the ankle helps support the entire body, it is one of the most commonly injured body parts. Ankle pain is usually caused by accidental falls or sports-related injuries that can result in ankle sprains, fractures, and Achilles tendonitis. Schedule an appointment with a UNOVA lower-extremity specialist if you:
- Have severe pain or swelling
- Cannot put weight on your foot
- Have persistent swelling lasting longer than a few days
- Have persistent pain lasting longer than a few weeks
The knee is especially prone to sports-related injuries, mechanical problems and medical conditions such as arthritis. While knee pain is not always serious, some conditions and injuries do require treatment to prevent worsening symptoms. Schedule an appointment with a UNOVA lower-extremity specialist if you:
- Cannot put weight on your knee
- Have extensive knee swelling
- Cannot extend or bend your knee
- Experience times when your knee “gives out” while walking
Hip and pelvis pain is most often caused by injuries such as falls and developmental or degenerative conditions. Depending on the cause and extent of your hip pain, your recovery plan may include physical therapy, injections, arthroscopic procedures, or anterior total hip replacement surgery. If you have fallen or injured your hip, or if you are having difficulty performing normal activities such as walking, please schedule an appointment with a UNOVA hip specialist right away.
Sports or activities that cause you to repetitively overuse the hand, wrist, or arm typically lead to elbow pain. Arthritis is another common cause. Depending on the diagnosis, minimally invasive treatments such as physical therapy and cortisone injections can be highly effective. Schedule an appointment if your elbow pain is severe or if you have swelling and bruising around the elbow joint. If you suspect a broken bone or see a bone protrusion or deformity, please seek emergency treatment immediately.