Welcome to Our Knee Clinic
Reflex Knee Specialists is a private medical practice that provides non-surgical knee treatments for a wide range of conditions that affect the knee joint. With offices in Portland, Oregon; Bellevue, Washington; and Tempe, Arizona, our skilled medical team takes an integrative approach to treating chronic knee pain and its causes, knowing that invasive surgery isn’t always the answer.
The experienced knee specialists at Reflex focus on the individual needs of patients and offer comprehensive knee evaluations to identify the source of knee pain. Each office is equipped with advanced ultrasound technology to confirm knee conditions such as osteoarthritis, tendinitis, ligament strains, and meniscal injuries.
Your Knee Pain Relief Starts Here
Did you know that 40% of people with osteoarthritis who have irreversible structural damage to the knee joint have no symptoms?
The initial 15-20 years of OA are ‘clinically silent’, meaning people may not experience any of the typical symptoms such as stiffness, pain, or problems with motion. Anyone who played sports in high school or college (or professionally) is at high risk of knee OA 10-15 years later. Since the peak demographic for ACL injuries is in teenagers, by the time they are in their late 20s or early 30s, 50% of them will have irreversible damage to the cartilage.
Don’t wait until the pain is affecting your lifestyle. To minimize joint damage, you should have your knee(s) evaluated before symptoms even begin. Treatments are most effective in the early stages.
Diagnostic Knee Ultrasound
Joint Fluid Therapy
Knee Bracing Systems
Ozone Joint Therapy
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy
Specialized Physical Therapy for Knees
Knee Conditions We Treat
If you regularly experience knee pain, it’s crucial to seek treatment since irreversible damage occurs over time and non-surgical knee treatments are most effective in the early stages. At Reflex Knee Specialists, the team of non-surgical knee specialists offers a variety of minimally invasive treatments to manage these knee conditions and slow the progression.