Joint pain

Joint pain is usually caused by diseases such as arthritis, osteoarthritis and rheumatism. This type of joint pain are those of the musculoskeletal system and are often caused by inflammation due to internal bleeding in the joints, wear the same that produces friction, or a combination of both. The pain can affect the structures surrounding the joint, such as ligaments, bones, tendons, muscles, etc. Other symptoms of this type of pain are discomfort and fatigue in a particular area of ​​the body, punctures and heaviness. Depending on the location of the joint, pain may cause limitation of motion, and depending on the severity of the injury can occur joint swelling or warmth and redness in the area.