PHYSIOTHERAPY FOR KNEE INJURIES
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About Knee Injuries
Did you know the knee is the most common human body part that’s likely to be injured? It’s subject to strains, fractures, sprains, dislocation, overuse injuries, bursitis, and meniscus tears. These injuries result from direct blows, twisting, and bending forces exerted onto the knee. Swelling and pain in the knee are known to be the most prominent symptoms of having overused, osteoporosis, and improper training. However, it may also be followed up with increased redness, tenderness, trouble bearing weight, locking of the knee followed by popping and clicking sounds, as well as bruising. These are usually discovered through knee bending or twisting tests, CT scans, MRIs, or X-rays.
Allow knee injuries therapists from Boost Physiotherapy in Edmonton, Canada, to help you fight off any lingering pains in your knee, neck, back, or shoulders.
Book your physiotherapy session online to avail specialized physiotherapy services.
Resolve Knee Pain with a Movement Expert
Physical therapists from Boost Physiotherapy can help improve your quality of life by resolving anterior, lateral, and medial pain as well as pain caused due to osteoarthritis and ligament tear. Moreover, physiotherapy also comes in handy after different forms of knee surgeries. Here’s how our program in Edmonton can help you:
Our physical therapists work with you to identify what is causing your pain. The knowledge accumulated helps us design a program for you to adequately target the problematic region without using an excess of medications. However, your physical therapist may suggest using walking aids, tape, wraps, braces, and other assistive devices for a quicker recovery.
If the movement in either of your knees is restricted, it will stress the knee and adversely affect the foot, ankle, and hip. Range of motion exercises recommended by our physiotherapists will allow you to restore the normal functionality of your knee by decreasing the tension. After the motion of your knee improves, your physiotherapist may suggest functional training and muscle strengthening in order to move your body safely and correctly in the future to avoid any future injuries.