Upon your visit to our clinic we will evaluate the cause of your knee pain. On your second visit to physical therapy, you will be given, and go over a home exercise plan (HEP) with your therapist to reduce knee pain. Because you will only spend between 2-3 hours in the clinic a week,
Knee pain is a common ailment that can happen to almost anyone at any age. It can range from mild to severe. Knowing the cause of the knee pain can help a person seek the appropriate treatment in the clinic. First understand that you can seek physical therapy through direct access (without a doctor prescription).
Stratton Lovvorn is a Unionville high school basketball player at Community High School. His knee pain brought him to Physical Therapy. “When sharp knee pain kept me from playing my best at high school basketball, I knew it was time to get my knee looked at and fixed.” Stratton’s doctor said to try physical therapy for a month to see if it would help.
Common Causes of Knee Pain
Knee pain can be frustrating and life-altering. It is, however, important to quickly address knee pain. The knee is a complex joint between the bones of the upper and lower leg. It allows the leg to bend and provides stability to support the weight of the body.