Chronic Joint Pain

Chronic and debilitating joint pain is a painful reality for millions of Americans. Most people believe that surgery or daily pain medication is their only option, and delay seeking treatment. At Delaware Integrative Medicine, we’re offering you more natural and longer-lasting regenerative treatment options using cellular therapy and PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma).

Non-Surgical Relief

Our treatments are non-surgical and will help to naturally reduce painful inflammation that causes joint pain. Cellular therapy promotes natural healing within the tissue surrounding the joint. This reduces harmful joint inflammation and promotes pain relief.

Joint pain may last briefly or it may be chronic, which is defined as lasting more than three months. Joint pain has many causes. Sudden joint pain can be due to a mild muscle or ligament sprain, bursitis, or a dislocation. Chronic joint pain can be a symptom of serious and even life-threatening conditions, such as rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, leukemia, or bone cancer.

Shoulder Pain

  • Severe Pain
  • A constant dull ache in your shoulder
  • Sudden swelling of the shoulder area
  • An inability to raise your arm
  • Deformity to the shoulder joint

Sports injuries, overuse from labor-heavy occupations, or activities that require repetitive motion can lead to chronic shoulder pain.


Hip Pain

  • Hip pain is more noticeable at night or while at rest
  • Swelling & stiffness
  • Aching, tenderness or a burning around the hip
  • Inability to bend your hip or difficulties walking
  • Discomfort in the thigh, groin, or surrounding area

Chronic hip pain shouldn’t prevent you from living an active and full life, but unfortunately it usually does.

Elbow Pain

  • Tingling and numbness of the inner elbow
  • Decreased range of elbow motion
  • Swelling around the elbow
  • A funny bone sensation
  • Tenderness and pain

Persistent elbow pain could be the result of a condition called golfers' elbow or tennis elbow, which is an overuse injury caused by repetition.


Wrist Pain

  • Difficulty gripping objects or making a fist
  • Sharp pain in the hand
  • Swollen fingers
  • Tingling, numbness, or prickling sensation
  • Redness and warmth to the touch

Millions of people worldwide suffer from wrist and hand pain. This pain is commonly the result of an injury such as carpal tunnel syndrome.

Ankle Pain

  • Instability when standing or walking
  • Sharp or burning pain in the ankle
  • Ankle swelling
  • Tingling, numbness, or prickling sensation
  • Inability to bear weight
  • Weakness

A sprain, an injury such as Achilles tendonitis or an inflammatory condition such as arthritis, gout, or osteoarthritis can cause persistent ankle pain.


Don't Just Treat Symptoms, Heal The Cause of Your Pain

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