Knee Pain

What is Knee Pain? Knee pain is a common complaint that can arise from various causes, including injuries, arthritis, or mechanical problems. It may result in swelling, stiffness, or instability in the knee joint.

Common Treatments:

  1. Conservative: Physical therapy to strengthen muscles and improve alignment, bracing, and ice or heat therapy.
  2. Medications: Pain relievers and anti-inflammatory medications.
  3. Minimally Invasive Injections: Corticosteroid or hyaluronic acid injections to reduce inflammation and lubricate the joint.


  1. Q: Can knee pain be a sign of something more serious?
    A: Persistent or severe knee pain should be evaluated by a physiatrist to identify underlying conditions.
  2. Q: What exercises are beneficial for knee pain?
    A: Specific exercises guided by a physiatrist or physical therapist can strengthen muscles and improve joint function.
  3. Q: How effective are injections for knee pain?
    A: Injections can provide significant relief, especially when combined with physical therapy and other treatments.

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