Your knee is one of the strongest joints in your body, bearing one and one-half times your weight with every step you take, but it’s also vulnerable to injury and pain. At Advanced Integrated Medical Centers in Southlake, Texas, the team specialize in the treatment of knee pain and offer innovative therapies aimed at treating the root cause of your discomfort. For a consultation, call the office or request an appointment online today.
Knee pain is common and can affect anyone at any time. You may develop knee pain after an injury or it may be something that develops over time. In addition to the pain and discomfort, you may also experience:
While it’s possible to treat your knee pain at home, if your pain is worsening or you’re unable to bear weight on your knee, it’s time for an evaluation from the team at Advanced Integrated Medical Centers.
Knee pain can develop from a range of causes. Some of the most common conditions that lead to knee pain include:
You can also develop knee pain due to a foot or hip condition.
The team at Advanced Integrated Medical Centers conducts comprehensive examinations when you come to the office with concerns about knee pain to help you get the most effective and targeted treatment.
Treatment for your knee pain is individualized and based on the underlying cause of your pain. The team at Advanced Integrated Medical Centers may recommend:
Chiropractic adjustments may alleviate some of the stress on your knees by improving the alignment of your spine to redistribute your weight and the force on your knees.
The team at Advanced Integrated Medical Centers may develop an exercise and stretching program to improve knee strength.
Massage therapy releases endorphins that may act as natural pain relievers to help reduce your knee pain. A massage is especially beneficial to knee pain caused by arthritis.
The team at Advanced Integrated Medical Centers specializes in regenerative medicine and offers platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and undifferentiated cell therapy to support your body’s natural healing process. These therapies contain properties that assist in the regeneration of new tissue to replace diseased or damaged tissue for ligament or tendon injuries, as well as arthritis.
Even though knee pain is common, the team at Advanced Integrated Medical Centers can help with innovative treatments to relieve your discomfort. To schedule an appointment, call the office or click the online button today.