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Dr. Gary Stein, SRO Orthopedic Surgeon, Discusses the Latest Advances and Treatments of Joint Pain
Date:6/24/2013

n effective form of treatment.

If injections do not seem like the right solution to joint pain there are other alternatives and supplements that have shown to reduce pain. However, be apprehensive about some advertised joint pain cures that can actually be harmful. Consult an orthopedic doctor before taking anything that could possibly make your joint pain worse. Certain supplements like Chrondroitin sulfate, glucosamine sulfate, calcium, vitamin D3, green tea, SAMe, MSM, and Bromelian can possibly help to reduce inflammation, improve cartilage regeneration and lubrication as well as reducing pain and improving joint mobility. Some of these supplements can have side effects and should not be mixed with other medication. Always consult with an orthopedic physician in understanding joint pain, its causes, prevention and treatment.

More severe cases of joint pain may need to be treated with surgical options. Developments in modern medicine, physical therapy and surgery have allowed orthopedic surgeons to perform total joint replacement or partial replacement/ resurfacing surgeries that reward patients with improved mobility.

“Advances in MIS approaches and pre- and postoperative physical therapy are improving an already very successful operation. The latest peri-operative pain control methods, including spinal anesthesia and continuous peripheral nerve blocks for regional anesthesia, add to patient comfort throughout the surgical and recovery process. These recent changes have dramatically improved results for patients, with more rapid recovery, diminished morbidity, and shortened length of stay,” states Dr. Stein.

Before invasive solutions are preformed, prevention should always be the first solution. Development of arthritis can have a genetic factor in whether or not someone has joint pain, most causes can be prevented by staying healthy, exercising and preventing injury. Contact Dr. Gary Stein at SRO for an appointment and consult
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