Knee pain is common for some people especially as we age. However, if the pain is severe enough it might be a sign of something different. Knee pain is divided into three major categories: acute injury, medical conditions like arthritis, or chronic overuse. A full physical examination can establish the diagnosis of knee pain. Knee pain can be localized to a specific area of the knee, or the it can range throughout the entire area. Depending on the condition causing the pain, the knee sometimes can become locked or restricted with movement.
A knee can become injured from an accident, participation in sports, or with the gradual wear and tear which results from age. Some of the acute injuries that cause knee pain are:
Dr. Khan has extensive experience treating pain throughout the body,
including the knees. Depending on the type of pain that is current,
treatment may include many different options. These may include:
In order to develop the best treatment for you come in for consultation with Dr. Khan today.
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