Herniated

If you have a herniated disk, a disk located between the vertebral vertebrae has broken and curves towards the spinal canal. It is common and often does not hurt. But if the disc presses against the spinal cord or nerve roots, you may get back pain or sciatica, which is a radiant pain in the leg. Usually, the pain goes away by itself after a certain amount of time, but sometimes surgery may be needed.

Sore and shoulder pain

It is common to have pain in the shoulders and neck. For the most part, the pain or pain goes away by itself and is not a sign of any illness. For example, you may have become stiff in your muscles after sitting for a long time or working in a difficult position. Sometimes the pain can also be due to stress or problems with a muscle attachment.

Rheumatoid arthritis – RA

Rheumatoid arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, RA, is an inflammatory disease that often begins in small joints of the hands and feet. The joints swell, become sore and you get sore. Rheumatism cannot be cured, but with medication and physiotherapy the inflammation can be suppressed and the pain relieved.

Knee Osteoarthritis

In the knee joint, the upper legs and lower legs meet. The leg ends are covered with cartilage that allows them to slide easily against each other. In osteoarthritis, the cartilage becomes uneven. Then it feels like the knee hooks up and it can snap and crack. The risk of getting hurt increases and the area around the knee can feel swollen and hot.