Generally, bone pain is less common than joint pain or muscle pain. Bone pain can be caused by injury, such as traumatic injury that causes a fracture. Bone pain tends to be localized and is often described as sharp pain, especially when associated with fracture. Joint pain is typically limited to the affected joint. Joint pain can be sharp and intense when cartilage is completely worn away or eroded and the condition of the joint is described as bone on bone
More often, joint pain is described as being achy. Depending on the specific joint affected, joint pain can worsen with activity, overuse, or weight bearing.
Our team of expert medical professionals to provide urgent care services when you need them most. We are focused on providing you with immediate care, and then we develop a customized recovery plan that’s specific to your injuries. Our care doesn’t end after your first visit. Your recovery may take days, weeks, or months. Our goal is to have you back on your feet as quickly as possible. Below are some of the most common types of bone and joint pain that are being treated at our clinics.