Knee pain is a common issue that affects people of all ages. It can be caused by an injury, overuse, and some underlying medical conditions. Physical therapy can be an effective treatment option for knee pain, helping to reduce pain and inflammation, improve your range of motion and flexibility, while strengthening the muscles and other tissues surrounding the knee joint.

Anterior knee pain, at the front and center of your knee, is often caused by overuse or repetitive activities, like sports. Physical therapy can help improve the strength and flexibility of your muscles that support the knee. Strengthening exercises can help to reduce stress on your knee joint, while stretching exercises can improve flexibility and reduce tension in the surrounding tissues.

Injuries to the ligaments in your knee, such as the ACL or MCL, can cause pain, swelling, and instability. Our physical therapists can help improve the strength and stability in the surrounding muscles, improving range of motion and your flexibility. Our therapists can also help you recover from surgery to repair the ligament through a tailored rehabilitation program.