Relief from knee pain with chiropractic care from Modern Chiro
Chiropractic treatments for knee problems is the second most popular reason for visits to Modern Chiro. Which, when you consider how much work your knees do, makes sense. After all, your knees go through a lot of wear and tear. Especially for people who do a lot of sports or other physical activities.
Common causes of knee pain
The three most common causes of knee pain are:
- Direct trauma
Direct trauma can refer to either pain from a chronic knee condition or injury from accident or falling. Dysfunction is usually caused by, or a result of, strains or muscle disorders. Osteoarthritis in the knee is one of the biggest reasons people visit us. And while we cannot cure this, chiropractic manipulation and adjustments can relieve pain.
How Modern Chiropractic can help your knee pain
At your initial visit to Modern Chiro, we will assess how you walk. This will let us see your gait and determine how stress is being put on your knees. It will also let our team assess your back and hips.
Sometimes your knee pain may be a result of a bad back—which is why it’s important to have an assessment to ensure your knee is the cause of the problem.
If it is your knee that needs work, your Modern Chiropractic chiropractor will devise a treatment plan to suit your needs. The type of injury, or ailment to your knee will determine the type of chiropractic adjustments made.
A combination of what you can expect when working with a chiropractor is:
- The proper stretching techniques you can do at home
- The right footwear
- Appropriate exercises to strengthen the target area.
Modern Chiropractic has helped hundreds of patients with bad knees
If your knee pain is limiting your ability to enjoy your day-to-day activities, now might be the time to consider chiropractic care. Because you don’t have to be in pain, and chiropractic care can help improve the functionality of your knees, so give you more mobility.
Another benefit of this solution is that it’s a long-term, drug-free solution. And if it is your back that is actually causing the problem we can treat that as well as improve the tightness in your knee joint. With the right level of care, you no longer have to walk around in pain and discomfort caused by your knees.
With the right care from a Modern Chiropractic chiropractor, you could have your knee complaint treated and start to live pain-free.
For more information, or to request an appointment, please contact us today.
Chiropractic for knee pain FAQs
Some of the most common causes of knee pain include direct trauma caused by a chronic knee condition or an injury from an accident or fall; disease, such as osteoarthritis; and dysfunction, which is often caused by strains or muscle disorders. In some cases, knee pain can also be a result of a bad back. For this reason, we will perform a thorough assessment to ensure that your knee is the cause of your problem before recommending a treatment plan. The type of injury or knee problem will determine the type of chiropractic adjustments that are required.
Absolutely. A qualified Doctor of Chiropractic can—depending on the cause and reason for your knee pain—help you. The team at Modern Chiropractic offer a range of treatments and services to help treat or cure your knee pain.
Depending on the reason for your knee pain, a chiropractor will either adjust and or manipulate your knee to solve the problem. In some cases, our chiropractors may find that the problem is with your back, and so they will treat that area to solve your knee pain.
Every patient is different, and so a custom treatment plan will be put together to provide you with the best outcome.
If you are suffering from knee pain, your chiropractor will begin by assessing the way that you walk to see how much stress is being placed on your knees. Treatment may include a combination of therapies, including stretching techniques; advice on finding the correct footwear; and appropriate exercises specially designed to strengthen the target area. The specific treatment plan will be determined by the type of injury or ailment you have.
If you are looking for a long-term, healthy, drug-free treatment option to treat your knee pain, then a chiropractor is the right option for you.
There will be some cases when a chiropractor won’t be able to treat the problem. And this is why you should visit your primary care giver if you aren’t sure what the cause of your knee pain is.