Knee

Can you do the things you want to do, do you life the lift you want, or is knee pain holding you back?

When you are deciding whether to call the doctor about your knee pain, a good rule of thumb exists for most long-term knee injuries. If your symptoms have not gone away after trying a week of PRICE (protection, rest, ice, compression, and elevation) therapy and over-the-counter anti-inflammatory pain meds, you should set up an appointment with your doctor, physical therapist, or a sports medicine orthopaedic (bone and muscle) specialist to further evaluate the pain. This rule can also be applied to new knee injuries that are not disabling. Remember, however, that this rule should only serve as a guide. If you are concerned about the pain, you should call the doctor.

We specialize in:

  • Knee osteoarthritis

  • Osteonecrosis

  • Bony alignment

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