Some chronic medical conditions and disorders, like dementia, appear almost exclusively later in life, but many others can strike at any age. When they do, these afflictions leave patients with years or even decades to manage their pain and symptoms — a daunting proposition for them and for their physicians.
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Shoulder pain is one of the most prevalent forms of musculoskeletal pain, affecting upward of 20% of the population. Shoulder pain comprises a number of categories, including chronic shoulder pain (pain lasting six months or more), pain or loss of range of motion (ROM), pain that comes as a result…
Patellofemoral pain (PFP) is a common musculoskeletal disorder that represents nearly 17% of all knee pain presentations seen in general practice and up to 40% of knee pain presentations in specialist clinics, including clinics specializing in sports injury.