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Arthritis Management
Knee Pain

Arthritis Management

Arthritis is a common cause of chronic knee pain, characterized by inflammation and degeneration of the joint cartilage. At The Knee Clinic, our dedicated team specializes in arthritis management, addressing the root causes of knee discomfort and improving patient outcomes..

What you need to know ?

Arthritis occurs when the protective cartilage that cushions the ends of your bones wears down over time. This can lead to pain, stiffness, swelling, and reduced range of motion in the knee joint.

Our experts develop customized treatment plans tailored to address your specific arthritis symptoms and lifestyle needs. This may include a combination of medication management, physical therapy, joint injections, and lifestyle modifications.

We utilize a range of medications to manage arthritis symptoms and reduce inflammation, including pain relievers, anti-inflammatory drugs, and disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs (DMARDs).

Our skilled physiotherapists design targeted exercise programs to strengthen the muscles around the knee, improve flexibility, and enhance joint stability. Physical therapy plays a crucial role in managing arthritis symptoms and improving overall knee health.

In cases where conservative treatments are insufficient, we offer intra-articular injections to provide targeted relief. Options include corticosteroid injections to reduce inflammation and hyaluronic acid injections (viscosupplementation) to improve joint lubrication.

Following arthritis management treatments, it's essential to allow time for rest and recovery. Your healthcare provider will advise you on the duration of rest and any activity modifications needed to promote healing.

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Patello-Femoral Pain

Patello-Femoral Pain

Patello-femoral pain syndrome, commonly known as runner's knee, is a prevalent knee condition characterized by pain around the kneecap during activities such as running, squatting, or climbing stairs.
At The Knee Clinic, our specialized patello-femoral procedures target the underlying biomechanical issues contributing to this condition.

What you can expect !
  • Understanding Patello-femoral Pain
    Patellofemoral pain syndrome occurs when the patella (kneecap) rubs against the femur (thigh bone), causing pain and discomfort during movement. This can be due to factors such as overuse, muscle imbalances, or structural abnormalities.
  • Individualized Treatment Plans
    We develop personalized treatment plans tailored to address the specific biomechanical issues causing patellofemoral pain in each patient. This may include a combination of conservative treatments such as physical therapy, activity modification, and bracing, as well as surgical interventions for more severe cases.
  • Recovery and Rest
    Recovery following patellofemoral procedures varies depending on the specific treatment received. We will provide guidance on post-operative care, including rest, activity modifications, and rehabilitation exercises to promote healing and recovery.
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Intra-articular Injections

Intra-articular Injections

Injections into the knee joint are crucial for managing knee pain, especially in cases of arthritis or inflammation. At The Knee Clinic, we provide a variety of these injections to offer focused relief and enhance joint function.

What you need to know
  • Understanding Intra-articular Injections
    Intra-articular injections involve delivering medication directly into the knee joint to reduce inflammation, alleviate pain, and improve joint function. This can provide significant relief for patients with arthritis, osteoarthritis, or other inflammatory conditions affecting the knee.
  • Types of Injections
    We offer several types of intra-articular injections, including corticosteroid injections, hyaluronic acid injections (viscosupplementation), and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections. Each type of injection offers unique benefits and may be recommended based on your specific condition and treatment goals.
  • Procedure and Recovery
    Intra-articular injections are performed as outpatient procedures and typically take only a few minutes to administer. Following the injection, you may experience some mild discomfort or swelling at the injection site, which usually resolves within a few days. We will provide guidance on post-injection care and any activity modifications needed during the recovery period.
  • Efficacy and Longevity
    Intra-articular injections can provide significant relief from knee pain and improve joint function for varying durations, depending on the type of injection and individual patient response.
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