Treating Knee Injuries

The knee joint is one of the largest and most complex joints in the body. It is constructed by 4 bones and an extensive network of ligaments and muscles. The knee joint can suffer from injuries as minor as muscle, tendon and ligament sprain and tears to joint and cartilage problems requiring major surgeries such as anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) repairs to arthritic conditions requiring a total knee replacement’s.

Exercise physiology treatment promotes a quicker recovery by reducing pain and swelling and stiffness, allowing for a faster and safer return to work, sports and other activities.
Whether a result of injury, wear and tear or arthritic conditions, knee pain is a very common issue. Whilst degenerative changes associated with arthritis are not reversable –
exercise physiology is very effective for settling knee pain, and for strengthening the muscles around the joint to increase joint stability and get you back to pre-injury function.

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