Knee Pain

Knee Pain

Apr 10, 2023

Anna Tempczyk

Knee Pain and the treatments available in ATP Physio Clinic

The knee joint is the largest joint in our body, it consists of the femur, tibia and patella. All these structures are connected with each other by ligaments and joint capsules, keeping the joint in an upright position and protecting it against accidental lateral movements.

The specific structure of the knee and the fact that it is made up of two long bones make it vulnerable to frequent injuries. All it takes is incorrect movement, overlapping overloads or long-term strains and the first symptoms appear, which we should not underestimate because even the smallest injury can lead to serious consequences.

Possible Knee conditions

  • Ligaments Injury
  • Meniscus Tear
  • Patella Tendonitis
  • Knee Sprain
  • Knee Osteoarthritis

Depending on the type of injury and its duration, our clinic offers a wide range of physiotherapy. Among other things, an individual exercise plan combined with effective physiotherapy as well as intra-articular injections.

ATP Physio Clinic offers Hyaluronic Acid Joint Injections, most often in supporting the treatment of knee osteoarthritis by supplementing the synovial fluid. Thanks to this method, degenerative changes can be significantly delayed, while bringing pain relief.

However, if there has been a knee injury and inflammation is visible, the joint requires regeneration and reconstruction of individual structures, we recommend PRP injection.

Remember, the longer you wait to see a professional, the less likely you are to be cured.

Therefore, it should always be remembered that time works against the patient. The sooner you seek advice from a specialist, the more likely the damage will be less.

Don't live in pain, make an appointment for a consultation today.

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Hyaluronic Acid Joint Injections

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PRP Joint And Soft Tissues Injections

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