All Conditions

Knee Pain

If you’re living with the constant discomfort of knee pain and have already tried multiple treatment options without success, don’t give up hope. Our team of experts has helped many patients find relief and return to their daily activities. Our non-invasive treatments are designed to address the root cause of knee pain and promote healing so that you can enjoy a pain-free life. Don’t give up! The Nerve & Disc Institute has helped many patients end their pain and regain their lives.

These are conditions that we treat with KneeRestorationRX

Osteoarthritis in the Knee Causing Bone-on-Bone Rubbing

This condition occurs when the protective cartilage in the knee deteriorates over time, leading to the bones of the joint rubbing directly against each other. It can cause significant pain, stiffness, and reduced mobility.

Chronic Knee Pain

Persistent or long-term pain in the knee can result from various underlying issues such as arthritis, injuries, or degenerative diseases. It often affects daily activities and quality of life.

Past, Recurring Injuries

Injuries to the knee that have occurred in the past can continue to cause pain or become re-injured. This can include ligament tears, sprains, and other damage that hasn’t fully healed.

Sub-acute Muscle Strain

A sub-acute muscle strain in the knee area involves a partial tear of the muscle fibers, leading to pain and weakness. This condition is less severe than an acute strain but requires proper care to heal effectively.

Chronic Muscle Strain

Chronic muscle strain results from repetitive stress or overuse of the knee muscles, leading to ongoing pain and discomfort. It often develops over time and can limit knee function and mobility.

Meniscus Tear

The meniscus is a piece of cartilage that provides cushioning between the thigh bone and shin bone. A tear in this cartilage can occur from twisting or turning the knee forcefully, causing pain, swelling, and difficulty moving the knee.

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