When it comes to joint pain, the most common complaint we treat is related to the knee. The knee joint is fundamental for our capability to move. Its main purpose is to bend and straighten, twist and rotate. While the knee relies on several bones, ligaments, tendons, and cartilage to perform, the knee joint is often prone to injury.
Often times we find knee pain is the common denominator patients have when explaining pain in other areas of the body. Our pain management specialists understand that knee pain can impact other areas of the body, which is why our team is up to date with the latest medical advances in treating knee pain.
A group of researchers set out to determine how knee pain is accompanied by pain elsewhere in the body. Their findings indicate that most people with knee pain also have pain at other sites and these patients tend to have more limited physical function.
Our knee pain specialists are accepting new patients. To schedule an appointment, call us at 972-382-9992.