Knee Pain Physiotherapy At Physio4Wycombe

Knee pain is one of the most common complaints treated at Physio4Wycombe. As with sporting injuries knee pain can be as a result of a traumatic incident or to overuse. However not all knee pain conditions are related to physical exercise. Many knee complaints may have a degenerative component or simply be lifestyle related.

Common Causes Of Knee Pain

Common causes of knee pain as a result of a traumatic incident include:

  • ACL or MCL injury

  • Meniscal tear

  • Dislocated knee cap

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Common causes of knee pain as a result of overuse or lifestyle activities includes:

  • Patella tendinopathy

  • ITB problems

  • Runners knee

Common causes of knee pain as a result of degenerative conditions or post-surgical procedures includes:

  • Osteoarthritis

  • Degenerative meniscal conditions

  • Post arthroscope, reconstruction or knee replacement surgery

At Physio4Wycombe We Are Qualified To Assess The Causes Of Knee Pain

Knee pain is commonly caused through a number of mechanisms – direct impact, the application of a force that is greater than the body part can structurally withstand. Repetitive stress or loading without sufficient time between application for the body to recover. Degenerative conditions as well as structural and biomechanical abnormalities.

Physio4Wycombe clinicians are qualified to assess acute and chronic knee pain of all origins providing expert management advice and treatment for the immediate care of knee pain whatever the cause. As well as being equally qualified to provide any necessary ongoing treatment and prescription of a targeted rehabilitation programs to promote strength, flexibility, ideal biomechanics and postural control as appropriate.

Remember – that with any knee pain complaint seeking prompt attention increases the chances of a full recovery.

We are focused on treating the cause, not just the symptoms of your discomfort.

Take your first steps towards your recovery