Have you been told that you should stop running, lifting, or exercising because of your knee?
Do you think that you have “bad knees” or that your knee pain is there forever?
Do you avoid or change what you do in the gym because of your knee pain?
If you think that your knee pain is something that you just have to live with or you’ve been told that your knees are just getting old… we can help.
We've helped countless people with this exact problem. Instead of learning to live with your knee pain, why don't you start towards getting your old self back?
Knee Pain is not something you have to live with or something where you have to stop running, lifting, or doing what you love. There's almost always a solution to get you stronger or more mobile and to get you back to doing what you love. We are here to help guide you.
If you’re tired of being slowed down by a nagging ache or sharp pain in your knee, then let’s talk.
We offer a free 20-minute phone consultation with one of our experts for us to talk about your specific situation and so that you can ask us any questions you like. There is no obligation to book an appointment after the call— that is your decision. Our goal is to help you figure out your best next step in solving this problem.
Our customized knee pain plans always start with a thorough assessment that finds the root cause of your pain and allows us to develop a customized plan for you, your pain and your goals that allows us to get your shoulder back to the way it used to be. Included in our Knee Assessment Plan:
Thorough history taking
Range of Motion Testing
Full Testing of Hip, Knee, Ankle to determine other joint involvement
First treatment session individualized to your goals and findings of above
By thoroughly performing our full assessment, we are able to finally give you answers about why you have your knee pain and what you can do to get rid of it. Our plan will be tailored to you and your goals and focus on getting you back to doing what you love.
Instead of continuing to change what you do because of your knees, why don’t you start to work towards getting back to doing what you want to do without pain?