Physical Medicine for Arthritis, Muscle, Joint Pain, and More in Bryant, AR
Are you experiencing chronic knee, back, or neck pain? Living with joint pain is physically and mentally exhausting. Most primary care practitioners have minimal training in properly diagnosing and treating joint pain. Over-the-counter pain medication can provide temporary relief, but you’ll soon find yourself back in the practitioner’s office or laid up in bed for several days until you feel good enough to repeat the cycle again later.
Your providers at Clearstone Medical Center can not only give you immediate joint pain relief but they’re trained to accurately diagnose and treat your joint pain in a way that provides a long-term solution.
Central Arkansas’ Leader in Physical Medicine
Clearstone Medical Center is much more than an ordinary medical office. Our multi-disciplinary care model provides treatment across a variety of specialties. Our team of chiropractors, nurse practitioners, and massage therapists are dedicated to finding long term pain-free solutions for every patient. Every treatment plan is customized to fit your condition.
When Should You Seek Help for Knee Joint Pain?
Your knees experience a lot of mechanical stress every day. Every step you take, whether you’re walking or running, subjects your knees to continuous jars and jolts. You should have your knee examined as soon as you feel the pain to avoid worsening your condition. Chronic knee pain can lead to more degeneration and disability. Make your appointment right away if you experience:
- Popping, grinding, or crunching noises
- Difficulty straightening your leg
- Signs of a fracture
- Problems putting weight on your knee
- Swelling or redness
Why Trust Clearstone Medical Center for Your Joint Pain?
You will discover that severe long-term joint pain relief is possible, whether you have a new joint injury, are suffering from arthritis, or even if you’ve had a prior surgery. Clearstone Medical Center takes a case-by-case customized approach based on your joint’s level of degeneration, pain level, and risk factors contributing to your pain and joint degeneration.
When Should You See a Healthcare Provider for Back Pain?
Pain is simply a warning sign that something is wrong with your body. If you have lower back pain you should make an appointment. If you answer yes to any of the questions below, you should see a practitioner.
- Have you injured your back recently?
- Has your back problem caused you to miss work regularly?
- Does your back problem affect your quality of sleep?
- Is it painful or uncomfortable to sit?
- Are your activities of daily living affected by your back problem?
- Are you missing out on social events as a result of your back pain?
What Causes Neck Pain?
A number of things can be contributing to your neck pain. Your neck muscles can get strained from bad posture from leaning over your computer all day at work, or osteoarthritis could be the source of your neck pain. Herniated disks or bone spurs in your vertebrae can press on nerves and cause pain.
- Muscles strains
- Worn joints
- Nerve compression
- Injuries like whiplash
When Should I See a Healthcare Provider for Neck Pain?
If your neck pain is a result of an injury, such as a motor vehicle accident, you should see a practitioner immediately. If you have neck pain that has lasted several days without relief, are experiencing pain that spreads down your arms or legs, or your pain is accompanied by headache, numbness, weakness, or tingling, schedule an appointment as soon as possible.
What Are Some Other Conditions That We Can Help With Physical Medicine?
Including But Not Limited To:
- Arthritis Related Pain
- Ankle Pain
- Wrist Pain
- Muscle Pain
- Shoulder Pain
- Low Back Pain
I Suffer With Back, Neck, Knee, Or Other Joint Pain! What Should I Do Next?
Are you a New Patient? If so, let us know that you would like to take us up on our New Patient Special Offer!
We offer a Free Consultation for New Patients. During the Free Consultation, you will be able to discuss your condition with one of our providers and have ALL your questions answered. The consultation is a major component in helping us determine if you are a candidate for treatment.
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