Joint Pain

The joint is a moving part of the limb where two bones meet. Bones are held in place by ligaments (strong tissue harnesses) and move by muscles and tendons (the latter attach the muscle to the bone). The pain in any of these parts is considered as joint pain.

Joint pain is an uncomfortable type of aching musculoskeletal system of our body. The statistics show that approximately 30% of the world population experience this symptom several times in a year. Also, it has a close relation with the age of a person. People who are over 40 are more vulnerable to this illness. The older person becomes, the higher the likelihood of having this pain is. And it is no wonder because the anatomy and aging processes can explain this tendency in our organism.