Joint pain after menopause is a common complaint among women due to hormonal changes that occur during this time. The decrease in estrogen levels can cause a decrease in bone density and joint lubrication, leading to conditions such as osteoporosis and osteoarthritis, which can result in joint pain.
Our physiotherapist at Joint Reaction Health Center can create an effective treatment plan for women experiencing joint pain after menopause. Here are some ways physiotherapy can help:
In summary, joint pain after menopause is a common complaint that can be effectively treated with physiotherapy. Physiotherapy can help reduce pain, improve joint mobility and function, and prevent further damage. If you or someone you know is experiencing joint pain do not hesitate to give us a call and book an appointment with one of our amazing Physiotherapists.