Pain from inflammation can be acute or chronic. Acute inflammation is typically considered healthy, whereas chronic inflammation may be a sign of something more serious.
Orthopedic inflammation can be present in several different forms: in the joint, joint tissue, bursa, or tendons. This inflammation can result in arthritis, tendonitis, pain, and disrupted healing when injuries are sustained.
Inflammation can often be managed with rest and pain management techniques. Our specially trained pain physicians at Orthopedic Associates of Lancaster will work with you to understand the source of your pain and design a personalized pain management plan.
- Pain and tenderness near or at a joint
- Pain and symptoms may worsen with activity or at night
- Repetitive stress or overuse such as with running or bicycling
- Trauma or injury
- Structural abnormality such as leg length inequality
- Systemic disease such as diabetes
- Participating in sports or high-impact activities such as running or bicycling
- Excess weight
- Despite having to visit Urgent Care, I was most impressed with the quality of service, professionalism and utmost dedication to giving expert advice and treatment by all the staff.
- My doctor and staff took the time to explain the cause and treatment I would receive. Very professional!
- I was amazed at the speed in which my daughter was seen by a doctor at urgent care. I just assumed it would be at least a 30 minute wait. Instead, we were in and out in 30 minutes!
- Excellent experience!! I really feel like I am in great hands!! Thank you!!
- I knew I dislocated my finger when it was sticking out at a 45° angle from my hand. I thought I got it back into place, but was very grateful to have OAL‘s urgent care facility to go to to confirm. X-rays confirmed that it was still out of place and that there was also a fracture. I was then scheduled for an appointment with the hand specialist Dr. Griska five days later. I love having the option of an urgent care with orthopedic staff. Thank you OAL!