Knee pain can be devastating to athletes and nonathletes alike. Let us treat you.
Basic Knee Anatomy
Contrary to its simple appearance, the knee joint is one of the more complex joints in the body. The bones – femur, tibia, fibula and patella – are connected by four main ligaments, and several other tendons and muscles are involved in the knee joint. All parts of the knee need to be strong and healthy for the knee to function well.
Common Knee Pain and Treatment
There are a number of factors that can increase the risk of knee injury and pain. Athletes may tear ligaments and injuries or falls may tear cartilage. Osteoarthritis also affects the knee joint when the joint is worn down.
At Hill Pro-Motion we offer treatment for tendinitis, ACL and MCL tears and meniscal tears. There are different therapy options for each type of knee pain, and at Hill Pro-Motion we will find the best treatment for your individual needs.