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Bursitis in Columbus Ohio

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Fluid-filled sacs surrounding the joints called bursae act as a shock absorber of sorts and cushion for bones, muscles, and tendons. When these sacs become inflamed, bursitis develops and causes significant pain and discomfort. Most prevalent in the hip, shoulder, elbow, and knee, bursitis may resolve on its own by resting. However, in more severe cases, treatment may be needed to allow you to complete everyday activities.

At Pain Zero, our team offers various treatment options for alleviating pain, swelling, or stiffness. After a diagnostic assessment of bursitis, our pain care specialists will create a treatment plan that specifically meets your needs and concerns. Learn more about bursitis treatments by contacting one of our Central Ohio facilities to schedule an initial consultation with our experienced pain care team.

Activities that may trigger bursitis include aging, jobs, or hobbies that involve repetitive tasks, such as sports, manual labor, or music. Conditions such as arthritis, diabetes, gout, or thyroid disease can also trigger bursitis. After conducting a physical exam, evaluating your medical history, and performing a few imaging tests and a blood test for infection, our pain care doctors will be able to provide more accurate treatment options for your specific case of bursitis.

Typically, conservative methods, such as rest, ice, and over-the-counter pain medications, are primary treatments for bursitis. If a patient needs more advanced methods, then our specialists may suggest prescription-strength medication, physical therapy, or injection therapy. In more severe cases of the condition, surgery may be necessary to drain the inflamed sac.

Following any treatment, our Pain Zero team will let you know exactly what to expect and determine if any follow-up treatments will be necessary to help maintain your results.

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The doctor was very informative about what was happening and what was going to progress with the pain and how he could help me very pleased

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I am a new patient here. I've been to many doctors in the past for my chronicpain, and Dr J is very proactive with finding answers. He and the staff always make sure I am comfortable with new things that we are trying. Thank you Pain Zero for your help.

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Bursitis can be uncomfortable and cause a number of symptoms, but there are various treatments available to reduce joint inflammation and improve your quality of life. Our team at Pain Zero can recommend the best course of treatment that will bring you the best outcome. Contact one of our Central Ohio facilities to learn more, and schedule a consultation with our skilled specialists.

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Who is at risk of developing bursitis?

Anyone who performs repetitive tasks or activities like manual labor can develop bursitis. Some medical conditions can also put you at a higher risk. Our team members at Pain Zero can perform a comprehensive evaluation and help determine if any lifestyle, health, or environmental factors could be causing your symptoms.

Does bursitis go away on its own?

In some cases, yes. However, if the bursitis is causing significant pain or discomfort, it’s best to see a professional for an evaluation and treatment plan. Depending on the severity of your condition, our specialists in Central Ohio may suggest rest, over-the-counter medications, and other methods before recommending invasive treatments.

What are the long-term effects of bursitis?

If left untreated, bursitis can cause chronic pain and even joint damage or dislocation. People may also experience loss of movement and range of motion in the affected area. Those suffering from bursitis should seek the care of a professional to prevent any further complications. We offer comprehensive treatments and follow-up care for our patients.

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