KNEE PAIN


What is Knee Pain?

Knee pain is discomfort or soreness in the knee joint, which is where the thigh bone (femur) and shin bone (tibia) meet. It’s a common issue that can affect people of all ages.

Common Causes of Knee Pain:

  • Injury: Strains, sprains, or tears in the ligaments or cartilage can lead to knee pain.
  • Overuse: Repeated activities or excessive strain on the knee, like running or jumping, can cause pain.
  • Arthritis: Conditions like osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis can lead to knee pain due to joint inflammation.
  • Poor Biomechanics: Issues with how you walk or move, including muscle imbalances or misalignments, can contribute to knee pain.
  • Meniscus Tears: Injuries to the meniscus, the cartilage in the knee, can result in pain and limited mobility.

Why are Chiropractic Adjustments Effective for Correcting and Preventing Knee Pain ?


  • Joint Alignment: Chiropractic adjustments focus on aligning the spine and joints, including the knee. Proper alignment can reduce stress on the knee joint and alleviate pain.
  • Muscle Balance: Chiropractors address muscle imbalances that may contribute to knee pain. Balanced muscles provide better support to the knee joint.
  • Gait Analysis: Chiropractors can analyze your walking or running gait to identify issues that might be affecting your knees. Adjustments and corrective exercises can then be recommended.
  • Holistic Approach: Chiropractic care takes into account the entire body’s biomechanics, ensuring that all factors contributing to knee pain are considered.

Our Chiropractor also has unique tools to help break up all the existing tissue damage and scar tissue around the knee. 

Why is Scar Tissue Therapy is Important for Knee Pain?


  • Breaking Down Scar Tissue: Injuries or overuse can lead to the formation of scar tissue in and around the knee joint. Scar tissue therapy helps break down these adhesions, promoting better movement.
  • Improved Range of Motion: Scar tissue can limit the range of motion in the knee. Massage and soft tissue techniques enhance flexibility, allowing for more comfortable movement.
  • Pain Relief: Scar tissue therapy helps alleviate pain associated with knee issues by targeting areas of tension and discomfort.
  • Reducing Inflammation: Massage stimulates blood flow, helping reduce inflammation in the knee joint, which is often associated with pain.
  • Complementing Chiropractic Care: Scar tissue therapy is often used alongside chiropractic adjustments to create a comprehensive approach to addressing knee pain and promoting overall knee health.

For new patients experiencing knee pain, consulting with a chiropractor experienced in musculoskeletal issues will provide valuable insights and a personalized treatment plan to help correct and improve knee function.