conditions, including injury, infection, arthritis, fibromyalgia, and hypothyroidism. Knowing how to recognize signs of something worse can help you figure out why you have joint pain.
Once you’ve identified the signs, you can talk to your doctor to see what you can do to feel better. ADVERTISEMENT The signs that accompany painful joints can tell you quite a bit about the cause.
You’ll want to pay attention to the location of the pain, such as the shoulder, ankle, or knee. Think about whether you experience limping, joint locking, or decreased range of motion.Read more on powerofpositivity.com