Bayside Medical Centre,
Bayside Shopping Centre, Sutton, Dublin 13, D13 W2K1
Open 7 Days a Week,
Open 365 Days a Year, Open on Weekends
Medical Exercise Clinic
Pain in the knee can stem from various conditions, including but not limited to patellofemoral pain syndrome (commonly known as runner’s knee), patellar tendinopathy (jumper's knee), knee arthritis, soft tissue injuries, and bursitis. Factors such as sudden increases in load, alterations in loading patterns, and acute injuries can contribute to the development of knee pain. Additionally, poor posture, incorrect positioning of the pelvis, hips, or feet, as well as weakened leg muscles, can result in increased stress on the knee joint itself.
When you consult with our physiotherapists regarding your knee pain, they will conduct a thorough examination of your pain history and may assess other areas such as your back, hips, and feet. This comprehensive evaluation is essential for creating a tailored treatment plan that addresses the specific factors contributing to your knee pain.
Our approach to treating knee pain involves developing a personalized treatment plan designed around your unique needs, injury history, and future goals. The program may include modifications to activities that could exacerbate your symptoms. Throughout your rehabilitation journey, our physiotherapists will guide you with progressive exercises and manual techniques, ensuring a comprehensive and effective recovery.
For those seeking more information about knee arthritis, we encourage you to explore our dedicated page titled "Arthritis" on our website.
If you are experiencing knee pain and seeking professional assistance, you can book an appointment with one of our skilled physiotherapists. Simply call us at 015253440, or conveniently book online through our website at physiohub.ie. Your journey towards a pain-free and functional knee starts with a thorough assessment and a personalized treatment plan at PhysioHub.
Knee pain can result from various conditions such as patellofemoral pain syndrome, patellar tendinopathy, arthritis, and soft tissue injuries. If you experience persistent knee pain, especially after a sudden increase in activity, change in loading patterns, or acute injury, it's advisable to seek physiotherapy. Early intervention can identify the cause, alleviate pain, and prevent further complications.
Poor posture, including incorrect positioning of the pelvis, hips, or feet, can contribute to increased stress on the knee joint. Physiotherapy plays a crucial role in correcting posture-related issues by assessing the alignment of the entire musculoskeletal system. Our physiotherapists may recommend exercises and techniques to improve posture, reducing strain on the knee and promoting overall joint health.
During a physiotherapy assessment, our team will inquire about your pain history and conduct a thorough examination. This may include assessing your back, hips, and feet to identify any contributing factors. The information gathered allows us to create a personalized treatment plan tailored to your unique needs, injury history, and future goals.
Physiotherapy for knee pain involves a comprehensive approach. Our physiotherapists create a personalized treatment plan based on your assessment, incorporating exercises and manual techniques. This plan is designed to address the specific factors causing your knee pain. You may be guided through progressive exercises, receive advice on modifying certain activities, and benefit from manual techniques to ensure a speedy and effective recovery.
Bayside Medical Centre, Bayside Shopping Centre, Dublin 13, D13 W2K1, Open 7 Days a Week, [email protected]Tel: 01 525 3440