Joint pain: SCENAR® Do’s and Don’ts.
Joint pain (arthralgia) can occur in a single or simultaneously in several joints (polyarthralgia). Arthralgias are sometimes observed with severe pain and even loss of mobility. In general, joint pain is distinguished with or without inflammatory changes. Swelling or stiffness associated with this pain is the main complaint of the patients.
Causes of joint pain
Pain in the joints occurs through the irritation of the neuroreceptors of the synovial membranes of the articular capsules with inflammatory mediators, products of immune reactions, salt crystals, toxins, osteophytes.
Sometimes joint overload leads to joint pain. Especially beginners often overdo it in the first workouts and forget about the warm-up and cool-down.
Joint pain can also occur with:
- – arthrosis;
- – injuries and bruises;
- – obesity;
- – joint wear and incorrect walking and body position;
- – trauma/dislocation;
- – sports injuries or overtraining;
- – as a side effect of influenza (Covid 19);
- – Menopausal symptoms or during pregnancy.