Posted October 27, 2018 08:01:37 If you’re experiencing pain in your knees, hips, hips and other joints, and you’ve been experiencing a range of symptoms, including stiffness, soreness, weakness and numbness, it’s time to talk to your doctor.
If your doctor hasn’t already told you about the symptoms, you may want to take the next step and visit your doctor to get more information about them.
To get a clearer picture of your condition, you can look at the medical records of a person’s family, friends or neighbours.
To do that, you’ll need to ask the doctor about a particular problem that’s causing your symptoms, and ask for some of their medical records.
To find out if you have any of these conditions, your GP or orthopedist will need to look at a health history.
They’ll also need to check for: a condition called anatomyopathy, which can affect the joints and joints of the lower limbs or joints of your torso