Wishful Thinking That Your Knee Will Heal On Its Own Is Not A Viable Game Plan!

Wishful Thinking That Your Knee Will Heal On Its Own Is Not A Viable Game Plan!

Knee Pain & Stiffness is ONE of the most common complaints we deal with in our practice.

And they will NOT simply vanish on their own. We hear from patients on a daily basis who have gone to their primary physicians for help, only to be told to take some painkillers and “see how it goes”.

Instead of putting a proven neck pain treatment plan together, you start to believe your knee pain is just a part of your life you have to accept. Your new “normal”… STOP!

It may be time to come see us if you are experiencing any of the following knee pain signs or symptoms:

  • Loud “popping” sensation in the knee coupled with pain and instability
  • Swelling around the knee
  • Lack of stability when bearing weight on the affected leg
  • Warmth around the knee
  • Clicking or grating
  • Pain in and around the knee
  • Crackling/popping sounds when straightening the knee
  • Stiffness of the knee

What Can You Expect From Knee Pain Treatment At Back In Motion…

What Can You Expect From Knee Pain Treatment At Back In Motion…

Within just a few short sessions, we can remove your pain and stiffness

During your initial appointment, your physical therapist will guide you through a physical examination, testing, and questions related to your knee problems.

The testing such as muscular and range of motion tests will help your physical therapist make an accurate diagnosis and pinpoint the cause of your knee troubles.

Some of the most common knee conditions we treat include:

  • ACL tears
  • Knee arthritis
  • Knee Meniscus Tear
  • Knee Weakness
  • Ligament Strain or Partial Tearing of the Ligament
  • Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (PFPS)/Runner’s Knee
  • Post-Operative Healing
Knee Pain Treatment & Stiffness

Knee Pain Patient Success Stories

Knee Pain Patient Success Stories

“I am 78 years old. This year I had knee replacement and was making really good recovery. I started with Dr. Scott shortly after he established his practice at my gym. He has helped me reach incredible new levels of mobility by giving me tools to use between sessions. This has improved my quality of life. Thank you Dr. Gray!!!”

“I suffered a torn meniscus and contemplated getting surgery, but with the help of Back In Motion, I was back to my normal basketball pick-up games, lifting regime, and moving with confidence. Using his Gray Method™ and manual treatments, he not only took care of my knee, but he also helped me with other impairments I was suffering from (hips, and low back pain). “

“This place is next-level physical therapy. I’ve had physical therapy all through my life and I’ve never experienced the techniques or the level of expertise that I have with these folks. This is what physical therapy is supposed to be. You actually get 60 minutes of physical therapy. These techniques and procedures are cutting edge you will not find a better physical therapist in Lee County.”

Our Approach to Treating Knee Pain

Our Approach to Treating Knee Pain

  • The Gray Method™ An approach invented by our owner, Dr. Scott Gray. The premise behind everything focuses on pinpointing the original CAUSE of your injury, pain, or stiffness, rather than just addressing the symptoms.

  • Dry Needling Dry needling is an advanced technique that uses very small needles to puncture the skin around stiff muscles. This treatment is a safe and effective way to eliminate pain, muscle tension, stiffness, and muscle spasms.

  • Massage/Myofascial Release- A hands-on technique that involves applying gentle sustained pressure and massage to the myofascial connective tissues. Your therapist will gently massage the myofascia and feel for stiff or tightened areas to eliminate pain and restore motion.

  • Taping- Physical therapists will know how to properly tape the muscles around your knee if your muscles are weak and unconditioned. Taping will help retrain the muscles around the knee to optimally function.

  • Patient Education- Sometimes, patients need proper education on how to squat, walk, and exercise properly, and which types of shoes they should and shouldn’t wear. Physical therapists will share their knowledge to help patients recover sooner.

  • Functional Mobility & Strengthening- An approach that helps increase your overall mobility and strength to ensure your pain stays away long after rehab. Increased strength & mobility will help you heal your current pain or injury, prevent future injuries, improve your posture, prevent chronic diseases, and protect bone health.

Want Help to Decide if Our Knee Physical Therapy is Right For You?

Want Help to Decide if Physical Therapy is Right For You?

Treatment For Your Knee Pain Is At Your Fingertips…

Treatment For Your Knee Pain Is At Your Fingertips…

Remember, there’s no need to stay in pain another day…

Let’s discover the root cause of your knee pain and get you back in motion again!

Call our office at 2396105241 and schedule your appointment today!

PLEASE NOTE: You have no obligation after getting in contact with us.

Let’s talk about your unique situation, your goals, and your obstacles.

Together we can chart a course for your active and healthy future doing the things you love to do!

Sounds reasonable?

We look forward to working with you soon!

Dedicated to your success,

Frequently Asked Questions About Knee Physical Therapy

Frequently Asked Questions About Knee Physical Therapy

Your physical therapist will use information from the initial questions and tests along with his or her observations to accurately detect the cause of your knee condition.

Often, knee conditions are not caused directly by injury in the knees themselves, but from issues in other parts of the body (such as poor mobility in the feet/ankles or weak muscles in the hips). This fact makes it tricky for non-physical therapists to diagnose and treat knee conditions.

Are you preparing for knee surgery such as total knee arthroplasty/knee replacement? Knee physical therapy can help you recover from your surgery sooner.

Numerous research studies prove that knee physical therapy speeds up the rehabilitation process from knee surgery.

One of the most recent studies, involving 1,043 knee replacement patients, reveals that preoperative physical therapy significantly reduces recovery time post-operation. This means that if you’re preparing for knee surgery, you should consider pre-operative knee physical therapy in addition to post-operative physical therapy for the quickest recovery possible.

When you see a physical therapist, who specializes in knee conditions, you are in the care of an expert who knows everything there is to know about the knees. Physical therapists are certified healthcare professionals who can determine the cause of your knee troubles and give you the best type of treatment available to heal your knees.

Yes. In many cases, patients can get relief by simply strengthening some muscles in their body, while adjusting how they perform certain activities so they do not overstress their aching knee or hip joints. A lot of times they need “hands-on” care with a specially trained therapist to help get the joint moving or decompressing it.