South Toms River Knee Pain Treatment at Monmouth Pain & Rehabilitation in Lacey

Monmouth Pain & Rehabilitation in Lacey Township offers knee pain treatment in South Toms River, Lacey, Forked River, Barnegat, Bayville, Whiting, and surrounding areas in Ocean County. Our South Toms River knee pain patients will find relief through our multidisciplinary approach that incorporates knee injections, laser therapy, Power Plate technology, physical therapy, chiropractic, and more all under one roof.

South Toms River Knee Pain Sufferers & Osteoarthritis Patients can get Safe, Effective Treatment at Monmouth Pain

If you are interested in coming in for a free consult ($245 value) to find out more about our South Toms River knee pain program, call 732-345-1377 or fill out this form.

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Experiencing Knee Pain in Toms River?

No need to suffer any longer! If you’ve been living with knee pain in Toms River, we would like to invite you into our office to try our unique knee pain treatment program. It all starts with a FREE initial consult ($245 value). Read on to learn more about our Ocean County NJ knee pain treatment.

Knee Injections: Our injections are holistic, SAFE, and all natural. Our medical doctor injects a viscosupplement into the knee using video fluoroscopy to pinpoint the exact point. This creates a cushioning gel which keeps bones from painfully rubbing together in cases of bone on bone osteoarthritis.

Class IV Laser Therapy: Also known as K-Laser, this completely painless treatment uses near-infrared light to activate cellular activity and accelerate healing by increasing circulation and drawing water, oxygen, and healing nutrients to the knee.

Power Plate Technology: Power Plates send vibrations through the body to fast-track your healing time. This reduces inflammation and is pain free.

On a case by case basis, physical therapy and/or chiropractic may be used to supplement your treatment. Each patient is treated on an individual plan catered specifically to them. The doctors can determine what treatment plan would be best for you, taking into account insurance coverage, during your initial consult.