Knee and Thigh Pain
Post-Surgery Knee Pain and Knee Rehabilitation
It is not unusual to experience post-surgical knee pain, swelling, and stiffness after knee surgery. However, if these conditions persist beyond a few months there could be a problem. Returning to your surgeon is the first step and you may opt for a second opinion. If your knee surgery was deemed a success, but you are disappointed with the results, there is an excellent chance you could be greatly improved through our expert modalities. Learn more
Meniscal Injuries/Meniscal Tears
Meniscal knee injuries are very common in athletes, especially in sports that require pivoting (tennis/squash), pounding (running), and turning (skiing). Degenerative changes due to the aging process can also affect the knee menisci. Learn more
Knee pain can be the result of tendonitis, arthritis, muscular imbalance, pes anserine bursitis, overuse conditions, the aging process, or 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, raquet sports, skiing, basketball, and any contact sport. Knee injuries occur equally in more gentle sports such as yoga, Pilates, and core fusion. Learn more
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The hamstring muscles are comprised of 3 parts, originating from the sit bone and inserting onto the back of the knee. In many hamstring injuries, pain is often felt at the base of the buttock or the center of the back of the thigh, and sitting is particularly painful. Hamstring pulls can be very painful and can result in limping and even bruising that extends all the way down the leg. These injuries can with any physical exertion, whether over stretching in yoga or running to catch a taxi! Sometimes diagnostic ultrasound or MRI tests are ordered to assess the extent of the hamstring injury. Learn more