Knee Pain Treatment in Beaverton, OR

Knee pain treatment in Beaverton, Oregon

Not many people call up their chiropractor when they start having knee pain. More likely, as occurs in our office, it comes up after a person’s back pain clears up with chiropractic care and they ask if we can treat their knee pain as well. Beside back and neck pain, knee pain is one of the most common problems we will see in the clinic, and it comes from a variety of sources.

Many common causes of knee pain can be successfully managed with chiropractic care and functional rehabilitation. Among these are arthritis, patellar tendinitis, patellofemoral pain syndrome, and iliotibial band syndrome. Whether it is a chronic condition, an overuse syndrome, or from a traumatic injury, the knee is quite often a scapegoat – it gets blamed for another joint’s problems. In the case of the knee, we often find the hip or ankle joints to be the real culprit. If those joints are not working properly, the knee is compromised and will likely become injured.

At Catalyst Chiropractic and Rehabilitation we take a full-body approach to evaluation and management of your knee pain in Beaverton OR. By considering how other parts of your body are affecting the way your knee functions, we can develop a comprehensive treatment and rehab plan to attack the problem from multiple angles. Beaverton OR chiropractor, Dr. Kip Thompson, uses a variety of techniques to address knee pain, including chiropractic adjustments to the spine and extremities, therapeutic ultrasound, cold laser, kinesio tape, instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization, and functional rehab exercises. These are all safe, drug-free, non-invasive therapies that decrease pain and improve the function of the knee joint.

If you have lingering knee pain in Beaverton Oregon and don’t know what to do about it, contact us to schedule an evaluation immediately. We often have same day appointments available and are a preferred provider with all of the major health plans in Beaverton and the surrounding areas.