Wondering if physical therapy will help with knee pain?
What They Didn't Tell You About Your Knee Pain
When you have knee pain, most doctors and physicians will prescribe drugs or surgery. If you take your knee pain to a conventional physical therapist, they are trained to apply the one-size-fits-all protocols, tape and braces. When you tell the chiropractor about your knee pain the recommendation is endless visits for manipulation. And lastly, when faced with knee pain, the massage therapist will get the muscles to relax. These approaches are all designed to relieve the knee pain, but do not address the cause of the pain. And thereby committing you to repeat visits for the alleviation of pain.
Unlike those doctors and health professionals, the doctors at Breaking Through implement One80 Physical Therapy® to treat the root cause of the symptoms. We actually take all of the factors effecting knee function into account. For each visit we give you a total body assessment and design a plan specific to meet your individual needs. This is why our patients return to play, work, walking and all of their normal activities quickly without need for medication, treatment gimmicks and endless appointments.
Physical Therapy for Knee Pain
Knee pain can be caused by several factors, manifest as several different symptoms and ultimately lead to loss of functional abilities. Knee injuries can happen in sports, recreational activities, slips and falls, auto accidents, or just from overuse. Here is a look at a few of the most common knee issues we treat with physical therapy using the patented One80 SystemⓇ:
- Osgood Schlatter's Disease
- Patellofemoral Pain
- Meniscal tears
- Ligament strains and sprains
If you are experiencing knee pain and would like to learn how Breaking Through can help you get back in the game of life, call 440-973-4223 today for a FREE CONSULTATION. Let Breaking Through show you why One80 Physical Therapy is the opposite of everything you've tried or been told before.
WHAT THEY SAY...
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