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Knee Pain

Post Surgical Knee Pain TreatmentKnee pain can be the result of:

  • Tendonitis
  • Arthritis
  • Muscular imbalance
  • Pes anserine bursitis
  • Overuse conditions
  • Aging process
  • Old injuries that never healed properly

It can also be caused by referred pain from the lower back or hip.

The knee can be injured in many sports such as running, tennis, skiing, basketball, and any contact sport. Knee injuries occur equally in more gentle sports such as yoga, Pilates, and core fusion.


Our Approach

We will perform a careful analysis of the biomechanics of your complete lower extremity from "hip to heel" which is essential in constructing a treatment plan for the pain and the condition. Over-stretched or taxed tendons that result in tendonitis are caused by muscular imbalance or adhesions and scarring from old injuries or traumas.

In addition, degenerative changes such as arthritis in the joint or knee cap (chrondomalacia) will create parallel strain in the local and regional soft tissues (ligaments, muscles, tendons) that result in trigger points, adhesions, and abnormal tightness.

We will perform specialized soft tissue procedures to treat these effects to reduce knee pain and knee stiffness and allow you to return to the activities you love!


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