Knee Pain

Knee Pain Treatment 

Knee pain can be caused by a number of different factors and can often be evaluated and treated nonsurgically on an outpatient basis. Call our office or request an evaluation through the website today.

Understanding the Wide-Reaching Effects of Knee Pain

Delaying treatment for joint pain may cause permanent joint damage because it might be a sign a serious type of arthritis. It is often a surprise to many people that arthritis is not a diagnosis, but a general term covering more than a hundred conditions and related diseases. If your joint pain is in fact arthritis, understanding the specific type is the first step in determining a management plan for your situation and obtaining the appropriate treatment. If you are experiencing joint pain that concerns you, these are excellent reasons to schedule a visit with us for an examination and determination. Watch for these potential signs and symptoms of arthritis:

  • Joint tenderness or stiffness
  • Joint pain lasting for three or more days
  • Joints that are warm to the touch or red
  • Pain, swelling, or stiffness in one or more joints
  • Difficulty doing daily activities or moving a joint
  • Several episodes of joint symptoms within a month

There are times when joint pain requires prompt action. It is possible that your pain indicates a type of arthritis that may cause permanent joint damage. Obtaining treatment quickly can prevent many serious health problems and preserve joint function.

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