Often, medications and surgery are the common answers that doctors give to patients who have knee problems—but medications and surgery aren’t necessarily the best methods to take away the pain and can cause further damage in the future. At Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation, we provide several treatments to help alleviate pain in the safest and healthiest ways possible. Some of these treatments include physical therapy, chiropractic, steroid injections and/or viscosupplementation.
We can help if you experience one or more of the following symptoms:
• Pain and Stiffness in your knees when you get out of bed in the morning
• Popping, cracking and grinding in your knees with movement
• Difficulty going up and down stairs due to extreme knee discomfort
• The inability to do things you love because of limitation
By taking time to evaluate the cause of the problem, it is more likely you will be provided with long lasting relief. Knee pain can be chronic, due to injury or other types of conditions such as tendonitis or arthritis but all can be treated with proper examination by our doctors. Our doctors believe that an individualized plan is the best way to potentially help a patient to a full recovery because everybody’s pain is different, hence requiring different levels of care. Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation successfully corrects structural and functional knee pain by combining medical and holistic treatments.
If physical therapy seems like the best option to treat your knee pain, doctors may use advanced technology such as vibration therapy and laser therapy. Vibration therapy consists of the use of a Power Plate, which is effective by treating the knee conditions by promoting circulation, flexibility and strength. By increasing circulation to the injured and damaged area, our advanced K-Laser therapy can further promote healing.
Acupuncture is performed to balance the body’s energy that results in the reduction of pain and discomfort. Recently, Acupuncture has become known to release opioid peptides that create a natural painkilling effect.
Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation’s comprehensive knee pain program may eliminate your pain, keep you out of pain and allow your knees to function at their maximum ability. Please call 732-345-1377 to find out more about how these integrated cutting edge practices can help you in our offices located in Monmouth County.