Causes of joint pain
1 joint ligament injury
Periarticular ligament injury The knee joint ligament has relatively poor stability when the knee joint is slightly flexed. If the external force suddenly causes valgus or varus, it may cause damage to the medial or lateral collateral ligament.
2 articular cartilage injury
Mainly the meniscus injury of the knee joint. When the knee joint is slightly flexed, if the knee is suddenly over-extended or knee-extended, the meniscus may be torn.
3 joint synovitis
Due to trauma or excessive strain and other factors, a large amount of fluid will be produced after the joint synovial membrane is damaged, which will increase the pressure in the joint, causing joint pain, swelling, tenderness, and the sound of rubbing and bun.
4 autoimmune system diseases
Immune system diseases such as lupus erythematosus and psoriasis can also cause swelling and pain in the joints.
5 child growth pain
The pain site is common in the knee joint, hip joint, and the like. This situation is a normal physiological phenomenon that occurs during the growth and development of children.
6 traumatic joint pain
Due to certain accidents or accidents, the joints of the shoulders, wrists, knees, ankles and the like may cause joint pain in the case of serious trauma such as soft tissue injury, fracture dislocation, etc.
7 septic arthritis
There is a history of infection in other parts of the body or a history of local trauma. The painful joints may be swollen, and the parts may not be obvious, but there are phenomena such as elevated body temperature, joint pain, inactivity, and elevated blood levels.
The age of onset of osteoarthritis is mostly after 40 years of age. Joint pain is heavier in the morning and lighter during the day and night. Bone hyperplasia at the joint site and spur rubbing around the tissue can cause joint pain.
Older women have multiple joint pains and feel particularly weak. They can't walk with heavy weight. If other diseases are excluded, they may have osteoporosis.
10 rheumatoid and rheumatoid arthritis
Rheumatoid arthritis is often a migratory pain. Pain, swelling, and stiffness often occur in the wrist, and the sensitivity and swelling of the joints occur simultaneously, and the symmetry occurs.
11 gouty arthritis
Gout pain is common in the thumb and the first metatarsophalangeal joint (outside of the thumb). Mainly due to the consumption of seafood and drinking, it induces metabolic disorders in the body.
The pain caused by the joints is relatively large, resulting in strains of soft tissues such as muscles around the joints, which cause pain. Common shoulder inflammation and tennis elbow.
13 tumor-induced pain
The local appearance of tumors in joints is also one of the important factors causing joint pain, which is more common in children and the elderly during growth and development.