Knee pain can be caused by a traumatic injury, an overuse injury, or by conditions such as arthritis. It is frequently affected by abnormalities of the hip above and foot and ankle below the knee. Our physical medicine and rehabilitation specialists will help to diagnose the cause of your pain and prescribe therapies that will improve your function and reduce pain.
How we diagnose
A comprehensive examination is performed on every patient with a focus on ferreting out various problems that can cause knee pain.
Our physicians also examine the knee joint, and surrounding muscles with the help of advanced imaging techniques such as diagnostic ultrasound.
This technology is advanced enough to see chronically inflamed nerves around the kneecap region that frequently cause chronic non-joint related knee pain.
MRI and X-ray imaging is often used to confirm the diagnosis made by our expert examination of internal knee joint problems.