Millions of Americans suffer from knee pain, and that number is rising thanks to higher rates of obesity and osteoarthritis. Whether you’ve sustained an injury or suffer from chronic pain, the experienced pain specialists at RehabOne Medical Group in Los Gatos, San Jose, Gilroy, and Salinas, California, can help. They use proven treatments to address the cause of your symptoms and provide relief from pain. To learn more, call RehabOne Medical Group today.
Many people experience knee pain after an accident or injury. In addition, knee pain can also be a chronic condition that grows slowly over time.
Some common reasons you develop knee pain include:
Knee pain can severely restrict your movement, reducing your quality of life. But it can be managed and prevented.
Barring accidental injuries, there are many steps you can take to prevent knee pain from developing. Keeping your weight in check is important because obesity increases stress on your knee joints and increases the chance of cartilage breakdown and osteoarthritis.
Exercise is helpful for preventing knee pain. Strong, flexible muscles help protect your knees and achieve a full range of movement.
After an injury, it’s important to follow your doctor’s treatment plan to ensure you make a full recovery and don’t increase your chances of developing future complications.
Not all knee pain can be prevented, however. If you’ve suffered an injury or have a degenerative disease like osteoarthritis, talk to a specialist at RehabOne Medical Group to understand your options for knee rehabilitation.
RehabOne Medical Group addresses your current pain and symptoms while strengthening your knee to avoid future complications. The team may suggest a variety of therapies.
Your specialist provides targeted injection therapy to relieve pain.
A chiropractor helps correct bad posture and other structural misalignment issues that cause your knee pain.
Your acupuncturist inserts small needles into targeted areas to release muscle tension that causes your knee pain. Acupuncture is used for many patients with osteoarthritis.
Your myofascial therapist locates the areas in your knee that feel stiff and uses focused manual pressure to loosen up the restricted movement that causes your knee pain.
To learn about other treatments to help with your knee pain, call RehabOne Medical Group.