Knee pain can be caused by many factors. Sometimes it sets in quickly because of acute trauma caused by an injury. Other times, the pain sets in slowly over time due to the silent deterioration of the joint tissues caused by osteoarthritis, which is the most common cause of knee pain. Regardless of the cause, it is important to understand the symptoms and underlying issues you may be facing so you can explore various treatment options avaiable for your specific condition.
Here at Reflex, we focus on non-surgical treatments for patients dealing with chronic knee pain and osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis leads to damaged cartilage in the knee and is usually triggered by an injury or aging. The symptoms of knee osteoarthritis include stiffness, swelling, inflammation, and pain in the knee, especially after certain activities. In some more developed instances; patients may notice a crunching or grinding feeling.
We believe knee pain should never keep you from doing what you love. We would love to explain the non-surgical treatment options that can help alleviate your symptoms, mitigate against the risk of future joint damage, and extend the lifetime of your natural knee.
Take 30 seconds to answer the following 5 questions to see if you are a candidate for the Reflex Knee Pain Treatment Program:
Question #1: Do you have knee aches and pain that worsens when you are active and improves when you rest?
Question #2: Do you find that your knees are stiff, especially in the morning and when standing up?
Question #3: Do you have a limited range of motion in the knee?
Question #4: Does cracking or popping occur when moving your knee?
Question #5: Do you have an old knee injury that seems to flare up from time to
If you answered "Yes" to any of these questions, you are an excellent candidate for a knee assessment. Call us today at 503.719.6783 and schedule your comprehensive knee evaluation so you understand what is causing your symptoms and what options are available to you.