More about knee pain
The knee is the largest joint in the body. It is extremely mobile yet highly stable, allowing us to walk, jump and run.It relies on both the stability of the pelvis above and the foot below for peak performance. If these become impaired, it’s ability to be stable yet mobile is compromised and injury often occurs. The knee is often injured during sporting activities, is prone to ‘wear & tear’ and a common problem in adolescents during or after growth spurts.
Ligament tears or strains i.e. ACL, MCL
Patello-femoral Injuries i.e. Tendonopathies, mal-tracking, anterior knee pain
Bursitis, such as ‘housemaids knee’
Why choose goPhysio?
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I’ve just finished a course of treatment with Sheena for a frozen shoulder. I’m delighted with the improvement and Sheena was very professional and knowledgeable. I’ve used goPhysio several times in the last 10 years – back to when they operated from a small terraced house in Chandler’s Ford and Paul and his team have always been very helpful and professional in all respects.
– J. Moret
HOW WE CAN HELP YOU
For the experienced clinician’s in our team the knee is the ‘easiest’ joint in the body to assess, diagnose and treat. So don’t delay, if you’re suffering with knee pain and it’s stopping you doing what you love or being as active as you need to be, our team can help you.
Reduce swelling and restore normal range of motion