Common types of pain

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Joint pain and osteoarthritis

Pain, inflammation or stiffness in the joints may affect people’s ability to move freely and perform simple daily tasks, and can reduce self-esteem and limit ambitions.1,2

Together with education, a range of pharmacological and non-pharmacological techniques is available to help manage pain and flare-ups3–5 and help keep patients moving.

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Sprains and strains

Muscle pain such as those that occur after a strain or sprains is particularly common in individuals aged 18–34 years,6 and sprains and strains are more common among those who play sport.7

These soft-tissue injuries are a frequent cause of pain, but can be managed with a variety of physiotherapeutic and pharmaceutical interventions7 helping patients to get back to enjoying their life.

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