Can Your KNEES Take the STRESS!
Your knees are the most weight bearing joints in your body. Their Health is Important for Your Long-term Mobility.
Your knees are in constant demand. They get abused every step you take, walk stairs, while pedaling on your bike, or hiking your favorite Smokey Mountain trail. Don’t let neglect from daily trauma affect your body’s balance, stability, and ability to move later on in life.
The knee is a complex joint consisting of cartilage, tendons, ligament, and muscles which all are prone to injury. These injures can occur from an automotive accidents, an untreated sports injury, daily repetitive trauma, or body biomechanical imbalances.
Here at Chiropractic Health and Rehabilitation of Murfreesboro we restore pain free knee function by using the latest in
-Orthopedic Testing – To diagnose the cause of your symptoms and address any posture biomechanical abnormalities and imbalances.
-Advanced Soft Tissue Techniques – To improve flexibility & reduce muscle ligament pain, tightness, adhesions and help improve your overall mobility and function.
-Rehabilitation Exercises – Post-surgical treatments, correct imbalances, and strengthen the quadriceps and hamstrings muscles, which stabilize the knees and improve balance.
-Chiropractic Treatments- To help restore normal joint function that is often needed in the pelvis, hip, ankle, and knee areas for conditions causing knee pain.
Knee pain can also be a compensatory problem due to hip, pelvis, or ankle immobility or dysfunction.
Knee pain can be present in many different areas depending on your condition. Also muscle weakness, instability, & decreased mobility is common with various of knee conditions. Clicking, popping or grinding sounds when kneeling or squatting may be an indication of knee damage if accompanied by knee pain. We treat a variety of these symptoms & conditions which result in knee pain including:
- Knee Tendonitis or Patellar Tendonitis
- Anterior Cruciate Ligament/ACL Tear Injury Therapy
- Baker’s Cyst
- Chondromalacia Patellae or Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome
- Dislocated Knee Cap
- Iliotibial Band Syndrome (ITBS)
- Knee Bursitis
- Knee Locking
- Knee osteoarthritis
- Knee sprain or knee strain
- Post-surgical Issues
- Posture Compensation Imbalances