Joint denervation surgery is a procedure that involves cutting small nerves and sending pain signals to the brain. It results in an improvement of symptoms caused by nerve injuries, such as numbness, pain, or loss of function without drastically affecting the feeling of the joint or proprioception.
What Causes Chronic Joint Pain?
Chronic joint pain can be caused by a variety of underlying issues. Injuries such as broken bones, or conditions like arthritis, can indicate joint pain where the joint does not function correctly. Nerves that have become directly injured, whether through a car accident or something as simple as a fall can be another cause. The most affected joints are:
- The knees
To properly diagnose chronic joint pain, it's important to seek out qualified medical care from our doctors who specialize in diagnosing and treating this type of issue.