Apart from lower back pain, the knee remains the biggest cause of musculoskeletal pain and disability; from the high-profile athlete who ruptures their ACL to the majority of us who experience increasing knee pain as we get older.
Knee pain is usually caused by the load we bring to bear on the joint during our day as well as the structure or any damage to the knee. In almost all cases (except highly complex problems requiring surgery) simple exercises can make definite improvements, reducing pain and increasing function. Restoring range of motion, strengthening the muscles that support the knee, and restoring balance and alignment are essential to knee health and recovery. Additionally for athletes, specific sports training may be required.
We know that following a physio-based treatment program is the best way to help you achieve your goals and a better health outcome. Our process gives you a clear understanding of the cause of your issue and the reasons that this occurred, helps to resolve pain and discomfort, and restore function.
Be empowered to return to previous levels of activity without fear or concern, confident that you can take yourself further than previously and assured that you will enjoy continued physical and mental benefits.
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