Knee injuries are a common problem
In the majority of cases, knee pain is caused by a sudden injury during sports, an accident or through overuse.
The symptoms of knee pain include swelling, locking, clicking, stiffness, grating, pain while walking or sitting or the feeling that it might give way.
Accurate diagnosis of your knee condition
The right physiotherapy treatment varies considerably depending on the cause of your knee pain. So a good understanding of how your symptoms started, exactly where it hurts and when it hurts, along with a thorough physical examination is the key to making an accurate diagnosis.
Common conditions causing knee pain
- Meniscal bruising/tears
- Anterior knee pain (pain around the knee cap)
- Ligament sprains
- Muscle strains
- Illiotibial Band Syndrome
- Post-surgical rehabilitation
How we can help
We focus initially on physio treatments to help relieve your symptoms like ultrasound, joint and soft tissue mobilisation, massage, taping followed strength training and rehabilitation and advise on the things you can do to help yourself in everyday life. Our physiotherapists will spot any underlying causes to prevent future problems and get you back to your sport or normal activities in the shortest time possible.