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Top 5 Possible Causes of Bone Pain

July 31, 2021 by admin0

People often suffer from several types of bone pain. But, most of them are now aware of the cause of the same. A proper diagnosis from the orthopedic surgeons will state the actual causes of bone pain. Let us explore the top 5 possible causes of bone pain in people belonging to any age group.


  1. Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis is a bone disease that is characterized by an increase in bone density of weak bones. The change happens with the changes in lifestyle and diet. The type of change that causes this bone disease is the loss of bone mass, the progression of the bone fracture, the presence of other bone diseases like arthritis, fibromyalgia, etc. At times, there can be other contributing factors like injury to the bone, systemic diseases such as cardiovascular disease, hormonal diseases like hypothyroidism, etc. People suffering from this bone disease can exhibit the following symptoms:


  • Weakness and stiffness in the low back and the spine
  • Bony lump or pain on the lower back
  • Nerve pain in the upper back or hip
  • Sharp pain in the front of the neck
  • Skin breakouts and peeling on the low back
  • Weight loss

If you suspect yourself to be suffering from these bone diseases, then consult a bone doctor immediately as the early diagnosis is the key to recovery. You will need to give up your healthy life until you recover from this condition.


  1. Lumbago and Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Lumbago is a condition in which the sacroiliac joint becomes swollen due to a compression of the facet joints by the sacrum. Inflammatory bowel disease is another reason for bone pain. Excessive pressure causes rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, irritable bowel syndrome, psoriatic arthritis, etc. These problems in the joints of the spine cause patients to suffer from spine pain. The symptoms of these diseases are the same as the ones given above. If you think that you suffer from these conditions,


  1. Fractures (Breaks)

Breaks in bones occur due to accidental impact. People have weak bones and they tend to break bones easily. Even if they don’t hit a solid object, the impact causes friction. This can cause the bones to break. According to the study conducted by the Orthopedic Journal of Sports Medicine, almost 40 per cent of the over 12,000 sports injuries that are reported to the National Athletic Trainers Association in the USA are due to fractures. So, it is always advisable to take care of your bones by wearing appropriate shoes and


  1. Bone Cancer

This is one of the rarest types of bone pain but is more serious. If you have symptoms like pain in the bones of the legs and the back, fatigue, rashes in the legs, numbness and tingling in the arms or the fingers, then it can be referred to as bone cancer. The normal healing time in such cases is two years but cancer can recur after two years. The other cause of this type of bone pain is the presence of cancer in the bones.


  1. Arthritis

This is a common type of bone pain that occurs due to damage to the joints. The condition is very common and is present in almost half of the people suffering from osteoporosis. This happens due to the presence of Osteoarthritis in the joints of the spine. It is due to inflammation of the joints, the consumption of alcohol, obesity, or the prevalence of obesity in the community. According to the study conducted by the Journal of Orthopaedic Research, 87 percent of the postmenopausal women had some form of osteoarthritis and 50 percent had full-blown osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis is treated with joint replacement.

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