All you have to do is think about how often you use your knees throughout the day, from climbing stairs to your morning run, and it’s easy to see why your knees may be cranky from time to time; however, if you are noticing persistent or recurring knee pain and stiffness, it may be time to turn to Midtown Medical & Wellness Center for a non-invasive solution. Regular integrative care can provide you with a variety of treatment options to effectively tackle your knee pain without resorting to surgery or more aggressive options.
There are a variety of solutions we can offer to help you with knee pain. Once we’ve performed a physical examination and overall assessment of the knee and surrounding areas, we can map out the best treatment plan to fit your needs. While you may be dealing with knee pain, we may also find that pain can refer to other areas of the body such as the lower back or hips. We must treat all parts of the body to see the most effective pain-relieving results.
Reduce Pain and Inflammation
Dr. Cross and his team can provide therapy and soft-tissue techniques that help to promote the body’s natural healing processes to reduce pain, swelling, and inflammation without resorting to pain meds.
Improve Joint Function
Manipulative therapies can also be used to restore the alignment of the spine. How does realigning the spine help your knees? By correcting your posture, we ensure that weight is distributed properly and evenly throughout the body instead of placing additional pressure and stress on your knees. By improving joint mobility and range of motion within the knees, we also make it easier to enjoy your favorite exercises and physical activities without worrying about knee pain.
Promote Stability and Strength
We want our patients to not just leave our offices pain-free, but also continue to lead a life that doesn’t revolve around their knee pain. Through physical therapy and prescribed special exercises, you can see vast improvements in stability, strength, and resiliency in your knees, which can improve how your knees function while also preventing future knee problems.