Your knee is the largest joint in the human body. The knee joint is comprised of 3 bones, 4 stabilizing ligaments, muscles, tendons, and cartilage. With all of these moving parts, various injuries ranging from acute to chronic are all too common. Most knee injuries fall under one of two categories; gradual onset or a traumatic, sudden injury.
The gradual onset conditions tend to be more of the arthritis or tendonitis conditions such as osteoarthritis, patellofemoral (knee cap) pain, and patella tendonitis. Patients respond well to physical therapy in most cases of gradual onset or traumatic knee injuries. Professional Physical Therapists are experts in the treatment of knee injuries in addition to pain management and relief.
Common knee pain problems and their treatments
If you’re experiencing knee pain, chances are you’re facing one of these common problems with the knee joint:
Ongoing knee treatment and injury reoccurance prevention
Customized Exercise Program
Health & Wellness Strategies
Maintenance of HEP/Continue Conditioning Program Independently
Regular Communication With Your Provider (PT)
Postural Awareness, Symptom Recognition and Management
How is knee pain diagnosed?
Professional Physical Therapy Knee Pain Relief Services
Pain Modulation Techniques
Manual Muscle Stretching
Soft Tissue Mobilization
Convenient physical therapy clinics near you
We provide treatments for knee pain and knee injuries from our physical therapy clinics throughout New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire. Fill out the form above, or contact a clinic near you to speak with a Professional Physical Therapist and knee pain specialist today.