Knee pain can make daily tasks difficult, whether it's due to an injury or a chronic condition. But physical therapists can help alleviate the pain and guide patients toward recovery.
They have the expertise and training to provide effective treatment, making it possible to regain mobility and resume normal activities.
Physical therapy is a well-established and effective treatment method for reducing knee pain, including pain related to arthritis and knee cap issues.
Post-operative physical therapy is essential to help patients regain strength, mobility, and function after knee replacement surgery.
Physical therapy can be cost-effective in the long run, as it aims to treat the underlying cause of your condition and prevent future problems.
Physical therapists take a holistic approach to treatment, examining not only the affected area but also surrounding muscles, joints, and other factors. This can lead to more effective pain relief.
You can trust a physical therapist to effectively treat your knee pain due to their training and experience.
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If you'd like more information, download the physician referral form below, and ask your doctor if physical therapy is right for you.Click Here To Download Physician Referral Form
NOTE: Physical therapy may not be for everyone, such as those who have a history of cancer, or severe systemic or neurological conditions; those who have experienced recent/significant unexplained weight loss, have structural deformities, have experienced a recent trauma resulting in fractures, or those who have used steroids.
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