Knee Pain Injuries Category

Do you suffer from any achy knee? Be sure to read all of our articles to get knee pain relief.

15 06, 2018

Treating a Knee Sprain

By |June 15th, 2018|

Knee Sprain Diagnosis A knee sprain is usually diagnosed after a series of hospital tests, most commonly a range of motion test and x-ray. The first and foremost duty of physicians is to rule out any obvious problems that could mimic the pain and tenderness associated with a knee sprain. Generally, this refers to torn ligaments and fractures. Patients need to refrain from self-diagnosing, as it is too simple to mistake a hairline fracture for a knee sprain. When you experience an actual knee sprain, you will have caused injury to the ligaments that are surrounding the joint of your knee. This is easier done than you may realize. In some cases, [...]

5 06, 2018

How Can Knee Physical Therapy Eliminate My Pain?

By |June 5th, 2018|

What is the largest joint in our body? Answer: The Knee. The knee is the connecting point of a total of three bones in our legs: the lower end of the thigh bone or the femur, the upper end of the shinbone or the tibia, and the knee cap or the patella. Other parts of the knee are the cartilage or the shock absorbing cushions in between muscles, the tendons, and the ligament or the bands connecting our bones to other bones. Any damage to these parts can be helped with knee physical therapy. The ligament alone is so vulnerable to pulling, stretching and tearing. With each knee having four major supporting [...]

28 03, 2018

Three Symptoms of Knee Meniscal Tears

By |March 28th, 2018|Tags: |

Three Symptoms of Knee Meniscal Tears Knee pain can make your life feel stagnant. You might be experiencing some joint pain in your knee. You might also feel your knees grinding and making noise. This can be a result of knee meniscal tears. Read on below to see some of the symptoms that you might experience. Knee Popping and Grinding Knee popping and grinding are often associated with torn cartilage that is sandwiched between the bones of the knee. Most of the times, this is usually a torn meniscus. A torn meniscus is the most common cause of painful knee popping and catching. It can also be caused by an injury. For you to prevent knee popping and grinding, there are [...]