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Knee Pain

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Who Does Knee Pain Affect?

Unsurprisingly, knee pain is a common condition that affects many different people across the board. Whether you are an older adult, athlete, or professional that works in an active career, knee pain can develop and seriously impact your quality of life.

Common Manifestations of Knee Pain

Among those who encounter knee pain in their lives, they may experience the following signs and symptoms of the condition:

  • Stiffness.

  • Limping.

  • Unable to bear weight.

  • Lateral and/or bilateral extension.

  • Muscle imbalance.

Experiencing any of the manifestations above can either be a sign of a pre-existing knee condition or general knee pain that often compromises your activities of daily living. Acting upon these signs and symptoms and seeking out the appropriate care in a timely manner will help to cure your knee pain experience and prevent any complications in the future.



Origins of Knee Pain

Some of the most popular causes of knee pain include, but are not limited to:

  • Arthritis

  • Overuse

  • Ligament Tears

  • Sports Injuries

  • Sprains and Strains

We specifically work with our clients to identify the root cause of their knee pain, so that the proper treatment plans and osteopathic techniques can be leveraged to help them return to normal.

Treating Your Knee Pain

At MK Osteopathy, we use a number of different osteopathic techniques to treat and help you manage your knee pain.

More specifically, our osteopathic techniques are designed to relieve pain and improve joint mobility by manipulating the muscles and joints around the knee and others required areas of the body, thus working out any kinks, malformations, or other abnormalities. Furthermore, the use of osteopathy ultimately reduces inflammation and improves muscles balance, mobility and flexibility so that you can become active again and reduce your risk of further injury.

In addition, at MK Osteopathy, we understand that each person's experience with knee pain is different, so ultimately a holistic approach to treatment is what is needed to support your physical, emotional, and mental well-being.

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