Knee Injury Therapy & Treatment

Many people complain of knee pain whether they’re an athlete or not. As people become increasingly active, the number of knee problems increases. Knee problems may be the result of an injury from an accident, a sports injury, a medical condition like arthritis, or from movement issues such as muscle imbalances or malalignment.

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Ligament Injuries

There are four major ligaments associated with the knee that can be sprained or torn either partially or completely, this includes the collateral ligaments (medial and lateral) and the anterior and posterior cruciate ligaments

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Torn Meniscus

Injuries to the meniscus are typically traumatic injuries usually involving twisting of the knee but can also occur due to degenerative changes.

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Patellar Tendon Problems

Jumper’s knee or patellar tendonitis is an overuse injury that causes pain at the front of the knee.

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Patellofemoral Pain or Chondromalacia Patella

Pain is located at the front of the knee or behind the kneecap. It commonly occurs in people who play a lot of sports, and particularly in adolescent girls.

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Knee pain from osteoarthritis can be a deep aching pain within the knee that is generally worse after exercise or lifting a heavy load. 1 in 5 Canadians will suffer significant knee arthritis, requiring treatment.

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Joint Replacement and Arthroplasty

This involves rebuilding the architecture of a joint to restore its proper function and reduce pain. This commonly occurs when advanced arthritis is present or severe trauma has caused traumatic damage to a joint.

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Physiotherapy Treatment

Physiotherapy has been proven to be helpful in relieving pain and speeding up recovery for acute and chronic knee problems.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Knee Injuries

Does knee physiotherapy hurt?
The goal of physiotherapy treatment for knee pain is resolve the problem. Dependent on the underlying condition, there may be some discomfort during certain goals of tretament; for example working to get back lost movement. Your physiotherapist will review proposed treatment with you, discuss risks, benefit and how a given treatment may feel, and work with you during recovery
How does non-surgical management of the knee provide the same effectivness as a surgical knee procedure?
This depends on the condition; for most cartiliage tears, the 2 year folllow up studies show that rehab is as effective as surgery. If your knee is unstable due to a ligament injury, surgery may be required as rehab alone may not restore full knee stability.
How do you know if you tore a ligament in your knee?
Signs and symptoms may be a pop or click at injury with significant force such a twist or a slip; ongoing loose feeling in the knee, or giving way
What is the most common knee injury?
Strains of the knee joint, sprains or more serious injury to ligaments, fractures about the knee and cartilage damage.
Can an x-ray show torn ligaments in the knee?
Generally no; but in association with history taking and assessment, xrays can play a role to rule out other problems.
How can you tell if your knee is sprained or a ligament torn?
Sprain indicates an injury to a ligament - which stabilises a joint; a strain is a class of injury to muscle and ligament, or other soft tissues. Seek care from one of our team to assess the knee to diagnose the difference.
Is walking good for a knee sprain?
Gentle movement is usually good for injury reccovery; walking may be helpful, but if the joint is inflamed, it may not help in recovery, or at that particular stage of recovery