Knee Pain

Our knees are some of the most important joints in the body when it comes to our mobility. We use our knees all the time from exercise to simply walking across a room or sitting and standing. Because of this constant use, it’s easy to see why knee pain is something many of our Gold Coast patients experience.  Your expert chiropractor, Dr Yaron, Dr Peter and massage therapist, Dr James can help you understand your knee pain and discover its cause.

The Common Causes of Knee Pain in our Gold Coast Patients

  • Inflammation of the bursa
  • Excessive use of the outer thy and knee tissues
  • Tearing or damaged Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL)
  • Osteoarthritis
  • A meniscus tear
  • Patellar Tendinitis
  • Popliteal Cyst
  • Joint Disorders

Knee Pain Can Happen Suddenly Or Overtime

Knee pain can happen suddenly through things like sports injuries, heavy lifting and irregular movement. It can also happen over time, as the knee endures constant stress from sports or work responsibilities.

Knee pain can also occur when other areas of the body aren’t functioning at their best, and the knees must over compensate or your gait changes. This can cause cartilage to deteriorate, which can be very painful in itself.

 Using Our State Of The Art Equipment Your Chiropractor Can Begin To Heal Your Knee Pain

With so many common causes of knee pain, it can be difficult for you to figure out why you are experiencing discomfort. When you visit your chiropractor or massage therapist at Hinterland Chiropractic on the Gold Coast, you can be assured that our knowledgeable chiropractor team will be able to discover the cause.

We have professional techniques, as well as state of the art equipment that set our services apart from the rest. Your chiropractor, Dr Yaron, Dr Peter and massage therapist, Dr James are committed to seeing you live your life without pain.  The first step will always be deciphering the cause of your knee pain. The second step will then be working with you, and discussing your lifestyle and your habits, to create a treatment and prevention plan.

Contact us and organise a consultation today!