The vast majority of symptoms will disappear on their own, with or without anti-inflammatory drugs, within a few weeks. In the case of prolonged or intolerable pain, the reservation of an orthopedic appointment is recommended. Anti-inflammatory drugs and physiotherapy are usually sufficient treatment. Some patients can benefit from injections such as corticosteroids. Nowadays, there are effective hyaluronate injections for patients suffering from arthrosis. Surgical treatment can only be considered if there is no response to the above treatments.
Surgery is the final option if conservative treatment is not effective. Sometimes shoulder pain, for example, does not respond to medication or physiotherapy and the surgical approach is justified. Nowadays, arthroscopic surgery is the golden standard in the treatment of joint injuries and some degenerative diseases of the joints