Managing pain is important in the treatment and recovery from an orthopedic disorder or injury. Pain can cause insomnia, depression and limitations on ability to move – all of which can slow down recovery. The sooner pain is treated, the less likely it is to get worse or cause other complications.

Pain can be:


It lasts up to three months. It usually gets better after 4 to 6 weeks. Acute pain is usually the result of an injury or a disorder such as arthritis. It can be a muscle ache or shooting or stabbing pain. Sometimes it limits the ability to move or stand up properly.


A repeat episode of acute symptoms. Most people suffer from at least one episode of recurrent low back pain.


It lasts longer than three months. It often worsens over time. Its cause can be difficult to identify.


Joint pain is one of the symptom of Osteoarthritis for which treatment begins with weight loss, exercise and analgesics. For severe symptoms NSAIDs may be more effective.

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA):

It is a chronic inflammatory disorder which may result in deformed or painful joints. NSAIDs can reduce both pain and stiffness in RA.

Ankylosing Spondylitis (AS):

It is a chronic inflammatory disease of the axial skeleton, which may involve peripheral joints and nonarticular structures. Lower back pain is a common symptom of AS. The mainstay of therapy is anti-inflammatory drug like NSAIDs and COX-2 inhibitors.

Post-menopausal Osteoporosis:

In osteoporotic patients chronic back pain occurs frequently with multiple fractures and increases after subsequent findings of new vertebral fractures. Acute and chronic back pain improve with pharmacological treatment for osteoporosis.

Gouty Arthritis:

The most common sign of gout is a swelling, tenderness, redness, and sharp pain in big toe, attacks in foot, ankle or knees or other joints. The cause of pain and swelling of a gout attack are due to uric acid crystals building up in the joint and leading to inflammation. NSAIDs and corticosteroids are mainstay of treatment.

Usually, orthopedic pain is treated beginning with the least invasive and less potent measures first. If these don’t work, doctor will try stronger approaches. Topical analgesic products can be effective or the nutritional supplements containing calcium and vitamin D may help reduce calcium deficiency (hypocalcemia) or vitamin D deficiency (hypovitaminosis D) and promote bone formation, maintenance, remodeling, and muscle function.

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