The Initial Evaluation
An in-depth initial evaluation, including consultation, examination, analyzing necessary imaging, and testing findings is essential to determine the different contributing factors of the chronic knee pain. This includes the biomechanical health and function of the knee joint and its surrounding soft tissue support system, as well as the common influences such as the supporting soft tissues of the leg, hip and lumbo-pelvic regions. Upon case acceptance, a custom treatment program will be started utilizing potential combinations of different treatment modalities listed on this page.
Electric Muscle Stimulation
Electric muscle stimulation (interferential current, pre-mod, and Russian stimulation) depending on the desired outcome for a particular condition.
Contractile tissue (muscle and tendon) strengthening
Treats pain and inflammation
Soft Tissue Adhesion Reduction Therapy
Soft tissue therapy techniques assist in the "breaking up" of adhesions and/or scar tissue that can form in the soft tissue (muscle, tendon, ligament, and connective tissue) in chronic injuries, traumas, and even postural stresses and strains.