What Causes Knee Pain?
Knee pain can occur due to everyday wear and tear, strain, overuse or damage from an injury. Frequently, knee pain can be linked to an injury during sports, recreation or job-related task. These injuries can cause damage to the tendons, ligaments or cartilage in the knee. In addition to injuries, degenerative joint diseases like arthritis and osteoarthritis can contribute to knee pain, swelling and stiffness.
- Arthritis or osteoarthritis
- MCL tear
- ACL tear
- Cartilage damage
What are Symptoms of Knee Pain:
- Bruising or swelling
- Numbness or tingling in the knee or lower leg
- Reduced range of motion
- Crunching or popping sounds
How Does Renuva Treat Knee Pain?
Renuva sees hundreds of patients with knee pain each year who have tried medications, joint injections and want to avoid knee surgery. In many cases, these other treatments have not worked for patients because the knee pain is the result of another biomechanical or physiological condition.
Renuva’s unique approach to knee pain includes a thorough knee exam and X-Rays (if needed) to determine the cause of the pain. Often one or multiple treatments are available for treating conditions related to Knee Pain. This may include Renuva’s CoreCare treatment protoco,l which includes FDA-cleared Class IV Deep Tissue Laser Therapy widely used by top professional athletes, sports teams, and trainers. This therapy is scientifically proven to reduce pain and inflammation, accelerate the healing process, repair damaged tissue, and increase range of motion.
Patients with knee joint pain or osteoarthritis may be a candidate for a Renuva Regenerative Knee Brace, which is the first to address patella-femoral issues. Many knee pain patients say this brace is one of the lightest and most comfortable knee braces they’ve worn.