Joints form the points in your body where two or more bones meet. Though some joints are fixed joints (immovable), most joints have varying degrees of mobility, and play a significant role in your body’s function, allowing you to walk, carry things, and carry on your everyday life.
Ligaments, tendons, cartilage, and muscles all play a significant role in the mobility and flexibility of your joints. Any injury or damage to the components that make up your joints may result in joint pain.
Joint pain may occur in any joint in your body, including your ankles, knees, hips, back, shoulders, elbows, or wrists. Sacroiliac joint pain (or SI joint pain) is another common affliction, which occurs at the base of the spine