I am a 54 year old male. Every day I have what I can only describe as traveling joint pain. It can be from mild to severe. An example would be two days ago, I had pain in my right hip, so bad that I had trouble putting weight on my leg. Yesterday the pain was gone. Today, I have pain in both of my wrists. The discomfort usually last a day in each joint and sometimes travels from one joint to its complimentry joint. A short time ago, I had pain in my left shoulder and muscle spasms up the left side of my neck. Two days later the pain was in my right shoulder. I am also tired most of the time. I tried walking a mile or 2 each day but it has been painful. I have had a number of sports injuries in the areas where I get most of the pain.
I know with fibromyalgia pain travels usually from one side to the other. Do you have pain anywhere else. With fibro you get it in your knees, hips, elbows, shoulders, back of neck. You might have arthritis in all these joints. Hope you feel better.Yep suffer the same thing sometimes caused by stress somtimes just can’t get the pain to leave just move.Also life don’t begin at 40 for those who lived at 80 in their 20’s.
joint pain:Is there such a thing as traveling joint pain?
While sacroiliac joint dysfuntion has been well documented as a clinically significant source of low back pain, it remains one of the under-diagnosed and under-treated areas in orhopedic practice. In this video we will present an overview of SI Joint diagnostic techniques, using a multidisciplinary approach. Three key specialists, with years of experience in diagnosing painful SI Joint’s, will be featured. While very different in their background, specialty and training, they agree on the need and the methods for identifying those patients with low back complaints attributable to SI Joint problems. The SI joint may be responsible for up to 25 or 30% of complaints related to low back pain. That number may be even higher in long fusions that include the sacrum. Meta analysis was done of available literature. The discussions were summarized and we were able to as a group of about 20, 25 people come up with an agreement as to a consensus how to diagnose and potentially treat SI joint related problems that fortunately has been accepted for publication.
Knee joint is the junction of two large bones of leg in which pain can be caused due to many reasons. The exact location of the pain helps medical experts to diagnose the problem better and quickly for treatment. Like any other joint of the body knee too is prone to the injuries, infections and disorders, in fact in older people complaints for knee pain is more common than compared to any other joint of the body.The knee joint