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  1. Knowing About Joint Pain This proprioceptive deficit then causes decreased neuromuscular control. That means that your body has a decreased ability to properly control your muscles. It is called decreased "neuromuscular" control because the nervous system deficit means that the brain and body aren't properly communicating and that perfect control of your muscles you usually have is lost. Your brain and the nerves in your joint just can't get the messages across with 100% accuracy if there is an injury to the joint. Now, all the issues I mentioned above lead to a common result: functional instability. An unstable joint and a decrease in nervous system control over that joint will combine to cause a loss of functional stability. Functional stability is the overall stability of your body or your body part as it does what it is supposed to do. Using the example of the ankle again, functional stability would show itself as trouble with walking correctly, putting more weight on one foot, or tip-toeing around to avoid pain. These are all changes in how the joint is functioning due to the injury. We are talking about a cycle, and this is the important part. If you are getting by with an injured joint, but it is not healed correctly, then you are forcing your brain and body to utilize coping strategies like limping or leaning (or avoiding activity altogether). All these strategies are meant to help you avoid re-injuring the joint, but they all predispose the joint to re-injury quite often. After all, using a joint or a body part incorrectly is a good way to injure it in a new way or just plain exacerbate the existing injury. As a chiropractor I quite often have patients who describe things like severely injuring a disc in their back because they were trying to shovel snow without standing up straight all the way...because they already had back pain to begin with!So, now we have an injured joint become a repeat injury. Once you re-injure the joint it is typically more difficult to resolve and get back to 100% pre-injury status. By taking care of joint injuries, such as in your low back sprains, you can prevent an injury becoming chronic. https://spontaneousreview.com/kinetic-attraction-review/ https://spontaneousreview.com/lowermybills-review/ https://healthydietsupplement.com/acnezine-review/ https://healthydietsupplement.com/the-gout-code-review/