Knee pain. Jumper’s knee. Runner’s knee. Patellofemoral pain syndrome
We treat knee pain
It all depends on the presentation and your symptoms.
If there was recent trauma with a popping or clicking sound, then it is likely that imaging such as MRI or X-ray would be needed to determine the extent of any damage.
Our Chiropractor or Sports Therapist will decide if imaging is necessary upon examination. We can arrange relevant imaging for you without delay.
What are the common reasons for knee pain
This is difficult to say without a full examination.
The knee joint is very complex and symptoms like these could be related to an old injury or trauma.
However, it could also be a biomechanical problem including muscle imbalances (either weak or overactive) or simply poor function of the muscle.
How do we treat knee pain
If there’s no significant damage and it’s not a biomechanical problem, a combination of conservative treatment and rehabilitation exercises should restore your knee function again.
If there is significant damage, we can arrange a surgical consultation for you.