Knee Pain Treatment
Injuries to your knees can be caused by accidents or be a result of degeneration. Pain can result from that damage and is often accompanied by swelling and discomfort.
To treat this, we have a series of diagnostic technology and rehabilitative methodologies. To start, we have to develop a comprehensive history of your case.
Diagnosing the exact cause of the damage to your knee is done with the use of imaging – including x-rays, MRIs, and CT scans. Using these methods, we can see any possible damage to the meniscus, ligament(s), cartilage, and bone.
Using the data collected, we create a treatment plan designed to heal the area naturally and restore strength in the surrounding areas.
Avoiding Surgery and Restoring Stability
Once the knee is damaged, it begins to degenerate – especially if left untreated. Even normal day-to-day stress can cause repetitive stress and further injury.
To save as much cartilage as possible, we recommend seeking treatment as soon as you have a knee injury. Over time, you can actually wear down knee cartilage, creating a bone-on-bone connection and resulting in pain.
If diagnosed early, non-surgical, regenerative medical techniques can minimize or eliminate the need for surgery and help avoid later joint pain.
Our Knee Pain Treatments:
- Regenerative Medicine
- PRP Treatments
- Joint Injections
- Trigger-Point Injections
- Physical Therapy
Peak Medical Centers’
Knee Pain Treatments
Our specialists explain non-surgical, convenient options for your care.
”From aching knees to herniated discs this place is my go to when I am in need of relief. Playing sports my whole life has beaten up my body and at one point in my life I kinda accepted the fact that certain things will always hurt. The turning point for me is when i started coming here several years ago. My whole mindset changed once i received therapies that complemented each other...Chris P.via Google
Making An Appointment
The Peak team will gather a complete record of your knee injury and pain levels. Using this information will help us determine a course of action that will treat your specific knee pain.
You will then begin your comprehensive treatment plan to treat your knee pain symptoms.
Choosing A Care Provider
Primary care physicians can use MRIs and other diagnostics see physical damage. Soft tissue damage injuries can sometimes be missed without a thorough examination.
Knee injuries sometimes take several visits to determine the level of damage – especially in extreme or sports injuries.
Peak Medical Center’s care physicians are here to help you diagnose and repair your knee with safe, gentle and professional care.