Physiotherapy Treatment for Knee Pain
There are several reasons for knee pain or injuries, which are very common. A thorough assessment must lead to accurate identification of the cause. Knee pain can result from bone disorders like osteoarthritis soft tissue injuries like ligament sprains and muscle strains, and biomechanical dysfunction.
Knee pain can have a variety of reasons, and the proper therapy will depend on the diagnosis. Simple knee mobilisation treatments, massage, tape, stretches, or strengthening exercises may all be used as treatment options.
We have seen very high success rates in treating knee pain with physiotherapy provided by experienced physiotherapists at Rev Asia. As well as providing tips and remedies for knee pain, our physiotherapists will also share home remedies with you. Our physiotherapists will assess your knee thoroughly and address all of your knee problems if pain persists.
Knee Pain and its Causes
Joint pain in the knee is the most common form of joint pain, affecting a vast majority of people worldwide. Injuries to soft tissues, such as ligament sprains and muscle strains, as well as bone conditions, such as osteoarthritis, Osgood Schlatters, and biomechanical dysfunctions, such as Patellofemoral syndrome, may result in knee pain. You may even be experiencing it because of your sciatica.
Knee pain is mostly caused by the following conditions
- Patellofenural pain syndrome
- Patellar Tendinitis
- Iliotibial band syndrome
- Patella dislocation
- Sports Injuries
At Rev Asia, your physiotherapist will assess your knee and teach you different types of strengthening exercises according to the specific condition causing your pain. By strengthening adjoining muscles, the knee joint will be more stable. Physiotherapists can also teach you correct movement patterns that can affect your knee if you are a sportsperson or maintain an active lifestyle. A good technique for your sport/activity will be provided by them.