Treatment Options for Knee Injuries

Knee Injury Treatment Options

Have sports, working out, and other physical activities left you with aching joints? Has a motor vehicle accident or a work-related injury left you with chronic pain? Or does your body just need a good tune-up?

You might be a perfect candidate for physiotherapy services from Human Integrated Performance. Our individually tailored plans help you recover from injuries and get you back to peak form for both work and play.

At Human Integrated Performance, we know that treating a patient is just the start. For optimum benefits, there’s a need for an individualized approach and a team dedicated to making each client feel at home.

Our certified, highly trained staff work directly with clients to understand the issues and develop an effective plan. The end result of the all-inclusive sessions we lead is a fast and safe return to health and happiness. With several different direct billing options to choose from, we also make it affordable for almost any budget.

If you have knee pain from an injury or arthritis, acupuncture treatment can help manage it by enabling the body to produce painkilling hormones. Regular treatment can help relieve pain, arthritis, and speed up recoveries from injuries that are causing your pain.

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Methods & Treatments for Knee Injury

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Knee Injury FAQs

Physiotherapy can improve the range of motion by using manual therapy, stretching, and strengthening exercises to reduce pain and inflammation, increase flexibility and strength, and correct muscle imbalances. A physiotherapist will also assess the individual case and create a personalized rehabilitation program to target the affected area and improve the range of motion.

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No, we do not have a shower facility for massage therapy clients.

Yes, we offer gift cards.

There are some medical conditions where it is not safe to have massage therapy. This includes things like recent surgery, skin conditions, and fractures. If you have any of these medical conditions, you need to tell your massage therapist before you get a massage.

During a massage therapy session, your therapist will give you their full attention. Your therapist may ask you how you’re feeling and what you hope to accomplish during the session. Your therapist will then use different types of pressure and techniques to help relax your muscles, reduce tension, and improve your overall well-being.

You should visit a physiotherapist if your pain is mechanical. Also, other reasons you may choose to attend a physical therapy session include when the pain is not going away, the pain has severely affected movement, or it prevents you from sporting activities. Any of these reasons show that it is time to see a physiotherapist.

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