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Knee pain is a common problem with a number of causes. Generally treatment is available. Find out more about risk factors, symptoms, treatments and diagnosis from our trusted partners.
Trusted information about a knee replacement, including what it is, when it is recommended, alternatives, recovery time and questions to ask your doctor.
Baker’s cysts are caused by fluid that comes from the knee joint. Find out more about Baker's cyst and treatment by reading our trusted partner content.
Hip pain is very common and can have a variety of different causes. Learn more about the symptoms, causes, diagnosis and treatment for hip pain.
Is my back pain serious?
Information on how to decide whether your back pain is serious, about the different symptoms, when to get medical help, and links to trusted resources.
Back pain self-care
If you have back pain, there are things you can do to help manage the condition, including moving, using hot and cold treatments, and taking care at work.
Neck pain treatments
Neck pain can be managed by taking a number of measures including gentle exercises and stretching, relaxation, and support structures to prevent and stretching your neck.
Back pain prevention
To prevent back pain, you need to reduce excess stress and strain on your back – for example, with good posture, sleeping, exercise, and lifting and handling.
Trusted information on torticollis treatments, as well as information about how to reduce the chance of future incidents of neck pain.
Joint pain and swelling symptoms
Joint pain and swelling can be very uncomfortable and can make it difficult to move the affected joints
Gout is a type of arthritis. The symptoms usually come on rapidly and can last one to two weeks. Find out about gout symptoms.