Joint Pain Location
Arthritis in the hip is usually from osteoarthritis, auto-immune changes, or brought on by injury. The hip pain felt may be a dull ache in the thigh or groin or a quick, stabbing pain where there is movement.
Knee pain from arthritis is usually due to osteoarthritis, although it could also be rheumatoid arthritis or post-traumatic arthritis. Symptoms of knee osteoarthritis usually come and go, and can include aches, stiffness, swelling and periodic flare-ups of intense pain.
Shoulder arthritis is usually caused by degeneration, falling injuries, and inflammatory arthritis conditions. Signs of shoulder arthritis are limited range of motion, tenderness, and gradual increases in pain.