Physiotherapy Clinics (Cheshire) Ltd.

94 High Street

Winsford

Cheshire

CW7 2AP

 

Tel.  01606 556731

Email  info@physiocliniccheshire.co.uk



Knee Pain

physiotherapy for knee pain

Knee pain is extremely common.  The knee joint is prone to injuries and damage due the fact it is a weight bearing joint.  The joint not only supports our full body weight, but also takes additional stress and impact when we are active e.g. running, jumping. 

There are a number of structures within the joint and surrounding tissues which can cause knee pain.  With some conditions, symptoms commence gradually and develop over time.  In some cases, the pain is caused suddenly through injury or overuse. 

 

Common causes of knee pain:

  • Arthritis
  • Ligament injuries
  • Cartilage and meniscus injuries
  • Anterior knee pain and patella problems
  • Tendonitis
  • Bursitis
  • Osgood Schlatters Disease 

 

Physiotherapy for knee pain: 

Various physiotherapy treatments are available to treat your knee pain. Following assessment, your physiotherapist will discuss the most appropriate treatment options for your condition or injury. Treatments might include:

Electrotherapy – ultrasound, pulsed shortwave and interferential therapy can be used for pain relief and to promote tissue healing.
Joint mobilisation techniques
– to ease stiffness and restore movement in the joints.

Massage therapy – alleviating tension in painful muscles and encouraging circulation.
Acupuncture – for pain relief and relaxation of muscle tension.
Exercise therapy – to stretch and strengthen tendons and muscles, and to improve balance and control.

 

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