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Orlando Joint Pain Doctors

Orlando Joint Pain Doctors | Pain Management

Joint Pain services offered in Clermont, FL


Click here to learn how we treat joint pain with advanced, non-surgical therapies

Joint pain that develops slowly could be due to overuse, unhealed damage from injury, or systemic disease. If joint pain affects your mobility, anesthesiologists and interventional pain doctors Todd W. Mautner, DO, and Sameer K. Goel, MD, DABA, at Sunshine Interventional Pain and Wellness Center can help.

They specialize in treating joint pain with minimally and non-invasive therapies such as medications, steroid injections, nerve blocks, radiofrequency ablation, peripheral nerve stimulation (PNS), ketamine infusions, and physical therapy.

Telehealth visits are available throughout the state of Florida, and our offices are located near Orlando, FL. Serving Altamonte Springs, Apopka, Casselberry, Celebration, Clermont, Davenport, Doctor Philips, Gotha, Horizon West, Kissimmee, Lake Buena Vista, Lake Mary, Leesburg, Longwood, Maitland, Montverde, Mount Dora, Oakland, Ocoee, Orlando, Oviedo, Saint Cloud, Sanford, Sorrento, Tavares, Windermere, Winter Garden, Winter Park, Winter Springs, and the surrounding areas.

If you or a loved one are suffering from joint pain and need a pain specialist near Orlando, FL, call 689-407-8647 or schedule an appointment online today. We offer customized treatment plans designed to help you manage your joint pain and improve your functional status.

Orlando Joint Pain Doctors Q & A

Orlando Joint Pain Treatment

At Sunshine Interventional Pain and Wellness Center, our goal is to provide quality care and relief from joint pain. We offer a wide range of services, including intraarticular steroid injections, diagnostic injections, radiofrequency ablation, and ketamine therapy. Our staff is highly trained and experienced in treating all types of joint pain, and we work closely with each patient to develop a personalized treatment plan. Whether you are dealing with arthritis, bursitis, or tendonitis, we are here to help.

What Are Joints, and What Causes Joint Pain?

Joints are where the ends of bones meet. Some joints are hinged, like the elbow and knee, so they mainly move back and forth. The ball-and-socket hip and shoulder joints have a far wider range of motion, while the facet joints linking your vertebrae and sacroiliac (SI) joints in your pelvis have more limited movement. Pain in the joints may be due to acute injuries, overuse, or chronic disease.

Acute Injuries

Acute injuries happen suddenly, causing instant pain and often loss of function. These injuries include tendon strains, ligament sprains, and torn cartilage.

Overuse

Repeatedly making the same movements puts excessive strain on the joints. This leads to tiny injuries that multiply over time, irritating the tissues. Examples include tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, and bursitis.

Chronic Disease

By far the most common joint disease is arthritis. It is not a single condition, but a collection of around 100 diseases. Arthritis causes joint damage, chronic pain, stiffness, and weakness. The most common form, osteoarthritis, takes decades to develop.

Other types of arthritis include rheumatoid and psoriatic arthritis. These are autoimmune disorders where your immune system malfunctions and damages the joints. Gout is also quite common. This form of arthritis results from crystals forming in the joints when there’s excess uric acid in your blood. Conditions like fibromyalgia can also cause chronic joint pain.

How is Joint Pain Diagnosed?

The team at Sunshine Interventional Pain and Wellness Center has exceptional diagnostic skills. After performing a comprehensive physical exam, reviewing your medical history, and discussing your symptoms with you, your provider will develop a comprehensive pain management strategy.

To confirm the diagnosis and evaluate the extent of any joint damage, your provider is likely to send you for imaging studies like X-rays or an MRI. They may also take blood to check for inflammatory markers and other signs of disease.

How is Joint Pain Managed?

Joint pain management focuses on resolving the cause of your pain (if possible) and alleviating your symptoms. Your provider at Sunshine Interventional Pain and Wellness Center will create a personalized treatment plan for you that considers your condition and factors like your age, allergies, current medications, and general health. Treatments may include:

Very few patients have severe, disabling joint pain that doesn’t respond to other treatments. Sunshine Interventional Pain and Wellness Center offers peripheral nerve stimulation when appropriate to ease even the most persistent joint pain.

Joint pain can be caused by a variety of factors such as arthritis, autoimmune diseases, or injuries. Fortunately, joint pain can often be treated with medications, interventional procedures, therapy, and lifestyle changes. If you are experiencing joint pain and need a pain specialist near Orlando, call 689-407-8647 or schedule an appointment online today. We offer comprehensive treatment plans designed to help you manage your symptoms and improve your quality of life.

Click here to learn how we treat joint pain with advanced, non-surgical therapies

 

Office Locations

Sunshine Interventional Pain & Wellness Center

297 E. Hwy. 50, Ste. 1, Clermont, FL 34711

M-F: 8 am - 5 pm

689-407-8647

Most Insurances Accepted

Advanced Neurospine Associates

825 E. Oak St., Kissimmee, FL 34744

M-F: 8 am - 5 pm

689-407-8647

Most Insurances Accepted

Advanced Neurospine Associates

601 S. Semoran Blvd., Orlando, FL 32807

M-F: 8 am - 5 pm

689-407-8647

Most Insurances Accepted

Advanced Neurospine Associates

3324 Commerce Ctr. Ln., Sebring, FL 33870

M-F: 8 am - 5 pm

689-407-8647

Most Insurances Accepted

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