Knee Pain Treatment

One way we treat knee arthritis conservatively is by using a procedure wherever fluid is injected to feature further lubrication to the knee joint. Several of our patients are helped with these and other non-surgical treatments.

Knee pain is a common problem with several causes, from acute injuries to complications of medical conditions. It will be localized to a particular area of the knee or be diffuse throughout the knee. It’s usually among physical restrictions. A thorough physical examination will sometimes establish the diagnosis of knee pain. The treatment of knee pain depends on the underlying cause. The prognosis of knee pain, even severe knee pain, is usually good although it might require surgery or other interventions.

Knee pain treatment is varied as the conditions that can cause the pain.


Medications could be prescribed to treat an underlying medical condition or for pain relief. If you’re taking over-the-counter anti-inflammatory pain medications often for your knee pain, you should see your doctor be evaluated.

Physical therapy

Sometimes physical therapy sessions to strengthen the muscles around the knee will create it more stable and facilitate guarantee the best mechanical movements. Working with a physical therapist can help avoid injuries or additional worsening of an injury.


Injecting medications directly into your knee would help in certain situations. The 2 most common injections are corticosteroids & lubricants.