Most Common Illness:
- Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Injury
The tear of one of the ligaments inside the knee.
- Meniscus Tears
Caused by sudden knee twisting movements.
- Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (PFPS)
Pain at the front of the knee, around the kneecap.
- Knee Osteoarthritis
Caused by joint surface wear and tear.
- Iliotibial (IT) Band Syndrome
The inflammation of the connective tissue running from the hip to the knee joint.
- Patellar Tendonitis (Jumper’s Knee)
Caused by overuse of the knee joint, such as frequent jumping on hard surfaces.
- Post-Surgical Rehabilitation
Aims to restore muscle strength, knee joint function, and mobility, while preventing complications
- Knee Bursitis
Inflammation of a tiny fluid-filled sac (bursa) around the joint of the knees.
Discomfort in any of the structures in the knee joint.
Swollen knees are a sign of inflammation.
A result of a direct impact to the knee.
- Limited Range of Motion
The inability to move the knees within its normal range of motion.
Knee joint bones aren’t held tightly together.
Loss of strength of knee motion due to inability to create an adequate force.
Knee pain that makes it difficult or impossible to move it
- Tenderness to Touch
Occur due to injuries/inflammation and causes pain when the knees are touched.
Sounds of knee popping or knee cracking when you bend your knee.
- Difficulty Walking
Results from knee severe pain or stiffness
- Numbness and Tingling
You find it hard to control the knee joint and a dull pain might occur.
- Heat or Warmth
Usually a sign of inflammation.
- Pain with Weight Bearing
Severe knee pain with weight-bearing activities.
- Pain Management
- Restoration of Range of Motion (ROM):
- Strengthening Exercise
- Balance and Proprioception Training
- Functional Training
- Gait Training
- Bracing or Taping
- Education and Home Exercise Program
- Manual Therapy