Knee pain is a very common symptom that affects people of all ages. There are many causes of knee pain but in most cases the source of pain is clear after attaining a complete medical history.
The Interventional Pain Doctors team of orthopedic and pain management specialists can diagnose the source of hip pain during a comprehensive history, physical examination, and imaging such as X-ray, CT Scan, ultrasound, MRI and/or lab tests.
If you have arthritis in your knee, platelet rich plasma therapy (PRP) may help. It uses parts of your own blood to help your body heal itself. PRP can help your knee feel better and work better.
Your thigh has groups of powerful muscles. The quadriceps, the adductors and the hamstring muscles handle high loads of stress. They may suffer from overstretching and tearing. This is called a muscle "strain." It is a common injury among athletes who play sports that require sudden starts and stops.
Knee pain can be grouped into three main categories:
Depending on the cause of your knee pain, you may be a good candidate for:
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