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Knee Pain Treatment

Did you know that the knee is the largest joint in the body? As such, it is also one of the most complex joints, using a minimum of 12 muscles to function as it should. The muscles are attached to the knee bones by tendons, with ligaments that keep the bone in place so that the muscles are stressed as little as possible.

Your knee is required to bear the weight of activities such as climbing a flight of stairs or simply walking. The impact that is disturbed to the kneecap can be five times more than your total body weight. When you consider that, it’s easy to imagine that people commonly complain of knee problems.

The Cause of Many Types of Pain

Hands grasping knee in painThe optimal function of the knee requires a balance of support from both the ankle and hip. Knee pain can, therefore, be due to an injury or imbalance in the feet, hips or low back. The knee is involved in everyday weight-bearing activities such as walking and climbing up a flight of stairs. The impact distributed over the kneecap can be up to five times the body weight.

If you have sharp or dull pains, popping and clicking, locking, swelling, inflammation, stiffness or a feeling of your knee giving way, our physiotherapists and chiropractors can provide a comprehensive assessment to get to the source of your pain. Once determined, we’ll make a plan of action to get you back on track. We may also recommend exercises to benefit you knee.

Get Help for Your Discomfort

The many knee-related conditions that we’ve helped our patients with include:

  • Arthritis
  • IT band syndrome
  • Ligament injuries (ACL/MCL/PCL/LCL)
  • Meniscus tears
  • Patellar tendonitis/bursitis
  • Patellofemoral pain syndrome
  • Sprains/strains

Don’t Suffer Needlessly

Contact us today to get started on relieving your knee pain treatment in Ellenbrook and recovering your health! Health funds are accepted at our clinic.

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Knee Pain Treatment Ellenbrook, Swan Valley WA | 08 9297 4800