Other options for joint pain relief
Once you have explored your medication and home remedies for joint pain, you may want to explore additional joint pain treatment options. If you are still in pain after 7 days you should seek medical advice.
Physiotherapy can help increase your range of motion by strengthening, loosening and warming up the muscles surrounding your affected joints. A physiotherapist will work together with you to tailor a series of stretching and strengthening exercises just for you.
Surgery is considered a last resort for people with joint pain. If you are not responding to treatment and have exhausted your options for medication and home remedies, when you consult with your doctor they may want to explore surgery as an option.
Surgery for joint pain usually involves cutting and reshaping the affected joint to improve functioning. In severe cases, it can involve replacing the joint altogether.
We know how important it is to find an appropriate joint pain treatment that works for you. It’s not just relief for sore, achy, stiff joints – it’s enjoying movement and feeling free to focus on what’s important throughout your day. It’s feeling like yourself again.