For knee pain sufferers in the Seattle area, there is hope for non-surgical, drug-free relief at MindBody Med. Let our experienced chiropractor and massage therapists help you alleviate those aches, improve your mobility, and find a better quality of life through natural wellness.
Common Causes Of Knee Pain
Your knee pain may have a clear origin or have gotten worse over time. Accidents and injuries, slips and trips, even the natural passing of time can take a toll on our knees. Whatever the cause, you don’t have to just live with the pain or risk invasive procedures or addictive medications riddled with uncomfortable side-effects as your first and only choice.
- Knee Twist, Strain Or Sprain
- Impact Or Other Trauma
- Sports Injuries
- Work Injuries
- Bad Falls
- Poor Posture
- Weight Gain
Don’t Ignore These Signs & Symptoms
An injury that causes pain in the knees can be due to issues with a ligament, cartilage, trigger points, inflammation (like tendonitis), nerve irritation, or even osteoarthritis. If you ignore early warning signs of joint problems, they can get worse and even debilitating. Take action quickly for the best possible recovery outcomes.
Watch for pain in these areas or with these characteristics:
- Behind Your Thigh
- Behind The Knees
- Outside The Lower Leg
- At The Bottom Of The Foot
- When Walking Uphill Or Upstairs
- Increases With Activity
Also, look out for:
- Cramping Calf Muscles
- Swelling Or Warmth Around The Joint
- Decreased Range Of Motion
- Cracking Or Popping Sounds When Moving
- Morning Stiffness Or Stiffness After Sitting
Chiropractic Methods Of Care
Knee pain chiropractors, sports chiropractors, and physiotherapists can treat knee pain in a variety of ways. From icing inflammation and suggesting specific exercises to specialized chiropractic manipulations, you have options. We can help you get to the root causes of your discomfort and design a personalized treatment plan that makes use of both chiropractic pain relief and massage therapy techniques.
How Massage Can Help
Sometimes pain in the knees is the result of tight muscles, tendons, or scar tissue build-up. Massage therapy can help balance muscles and release tension. Myofascial release, trigger point therapy, and deep tissue techniques may help to relax the areas causing you problems. Your therapist will choose treatments compatible with your unique circumstances.
Your Seattle Knee Pain Chiropractor
We want to help you feel better. Make an appointment with us at MindBody Med in Seattle for safe, natural, noninvasive knee pain relief. Our chiropractor and team of licensed massage therapists look forward to meeting you.