what is causing my KNEE pain?
Knee pain affects almost all of us at some point in our lives. Dealing with knee pain can be quite frustrating because it gets in the way of our daily, normal activities such as walking, exercising, using the stairs, etc. It may be time to come see us if you are experiencing any of the following with your knee pain:
• Fluid in the knees
• Pain in the kneecap
• Pain in the back of the knee
• Pain on the inside and outside of the knee
• Swelling in the knee joint
• Stiff, tender or weak knees
Active individuals who come to us for their knee pain want it resolved as quickly and painlessly as possible so they can continue their routines without interruption. By pinpointing the exact location of your knee pain, we can diagnose the cause and configure your treatment much easier and much faster. Knee pain can have a number of causes that include but are not limited to the following:
• ACL tear
• Baker’s cyst
• Knee dislocation
• Meniscus tear
• Torn ligaments
At ApexNetwork Physical Therapy, we know knee pain and we know how to make it go away. We want you feeling your best so you can do what you enjoy instead of missing out because you’re in pain. Our experienced therapists will create a treatment plan customized to your unique needs. Different injuries require different handling, which is why our treatment approach is personalized to your specific condition, your symptoms and the goals we as a team set with you.
The therapy and rehabilitative services / exercises we provide will help improve your condition, strength and range of motion while reducing your pain. The hands-on approach we believe in plays a significant role in your recovery process. Our philosophy is to be the best in rehabilitation so you can get better, faster.
Remember, with Direct Access, you don’t need a prescription from your doctor. Simply call one of our physical therapy clinics today to make an appointment.
Scheduling an appointment is easy, convenient and flexible. We’ll schedule you fast, sometimes the same or next day, but always within 24 to 48 hours of requesting your first appointment.