The bones, muscles and tendons are connected in the joints enclosed by a complex system. Reasons for pain can be wear and tear (arthrosis) or inflammation (arthritis) or other rheumatic diseases.
The symptoms of joint disorders are complex. Their cause often does not lie where the ailment is allegedly based or where the illness is apparent.
Joint ailments are often generally justified by aging processes or as a result of excessive or one-sided strain. Treatments are usually carried out with anti-inflammatory drugs and painkillers and extend to operations.
However, the overall causes of joint disorders are often difficult to determine.
Often, it is certainly necessary to carry out pain management therapy with the options available. However, as this is usually a disease of the whole system, pain management is only one element of the therapy. It can even prove to be harmful, if tried exclusively.
A comprehensive diagnosis includes the involvement of the internal organs, the digestion, the metabolism and the immune system.
A body in which organ functions have long been fundamentally impaired can suffer further damage through the use of painkillers and anti-inflammatory drugs. As we know, these drugs are known to further damage the organs. It is obvious from gastrointestinal, liver and kidney dysfunctions. Information consistent with the same can be found in the instruction leaflet of the drugs, making the truth apparent.
Alternatives to pain management therapy can often be found in complementary medicine, which can provide a wide range of remedies.
In combination with suitable drugs, painkillers and anti-inflammatories can be reduced. This avoids the side effects of these drugs.