Knee Pain

 

Conditions

Treatments

Conditions & Treatments





Osteoarthritis


The most common form of arthritis and is due to the normal “wear-and-tear” of the joint due to our daily activities. Learn More

Treatments

NSAIDs
Injections
Physical Therapy

NSAIDs
Injections
Physical Therapy

Patellofemoral Syndrome


This syndrome is due to an overuse injury caused by repeated insults and micro-trauma which leads to softening of the cartilage under the kneecap (patella). Learn More

Treatments

NSAIDs
Physical Therapy

NSAIDs
Physical Therapy

Rheumatoid Arthritis


Rheumatoid arthritis can cause pain, stiffness, swelling, and limited function to multiple joints. It is triggered by a faulty immune system. Learn More

Treatments

NSAIDs
Injections
Physical Therapy

NSAIDs
Injections
Physical Therapy

Patellar Tendonitis


Patellar tendonitis is an injury to the tendon which connects the knee cap (patella) to the shin. This is considered an overuse syndrome of the patellofemoral extensor unit. Learn More

Treatments

Radiculopathy


Radiculopathy is dysfunction of a spinal nerve root (or roots) that results in pain, numbness, tingling, or weakness in either your arm or leg depending on which nerve root(s) are involved. When radiculopathy is present in the lumbar nerve roots, it produces sciatica; in the cervical nerve roots, it produces pain, numbness, tingling, and weakness in the shoulder, arm, wrist, and hands. Learn More

Treatments

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome


Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is a chronic, evolving, painful and progressive condition that affects the distal extremities often following a traumatic injury. Learn More

Treatments

Spinal Injections
Physical Therapy

Spinal Injections
Physical Therapy

Lumbar Disc Herniations


Disc degeneration or acute injury can cause the nucleus to herniate into the spinal canal or the neural foramen. Learn More

Treatments