Musculoskeletal Pain

Chronic pain in  •neck pain •Back pain •Shoulder pain  •Knee pain 

Chronic pain is persistent discomfort that continues for months or even years after an injury or onset. Unlike acute pain, it can negatively affect daily life and well-being over an extended period.

Pain is a sensation experienced by nearly everyone at some point. When you strain your back, pain serves as your body’s signal that something isn’t quite right. As the injury heals, the pain usually subsides. However, chronic pain is a different experience. It persists for weeks, months, or even years after the initial injury, regardless of healing. Chronic pain is often defined by medical professionals as persistent pain lasting 3 to 6 months or more, affecting your daily life and mental well-being.

Chronic pain can stem from an initial injury, an ongoing condition, or even arise without a clear cause, persisting relentlessly. Associated health issues such as fatigue, disrupted sleep patterns, loss of appetite, and mood fluctuations often accompany chronic pain. Additionally, chronic pain can limit your range of motion, impacting flexibility, strength, and endurance.

When faced with chronic pain, seeking specialized medical assistance for an accurate diagnosis is paramount. At OrthoNOW, our dedicated team of clinicians is here to collaborate with you, pinpoint the root causes and symptoms of your pain, and offer effective treatment plans and management strategies to enhance your quality of life.

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