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Common Questions About Knee Pain Relief

Common Questions About Knee Pain Relief

At some point, most of us will experience some variation of knee pain. This pain will typically subside on its own or with the use of rest, ice, elevation, and standard over-the-counter medication. However, if your knee pain lasts for an extended period of time or is a chronic recurring issue, you owe it to yourself to speak with our chiropractor at Wellness Chiropractic Center in Watertown. We offer a myriad of highly-effective treatments for knee pain designed to target the underlying cause, not just the symptoms. Let's take a look at some of the most frequently asked questions about knee pain relief.

What Is a Dislocated Knee?

A dislocated knee occurs when the thighbone and shinbone positioning becomes out of place at the knee joint. A dislocated knee is commonly caused by leg traumas from sports injuries, falls, and even car accidents.

What Is a Dislocated Kneecap?

Different from a dislocated knee, a dislocated kneecap happens when the kneecap bone falls out of place. This condition is commonly caused by blunt trauma or a sudden change of direction when your foot is securely planted in the ground.

What Is Knee Bursitis?

Knee bursitis occurs when the bursa is inflamed. The bursa is the small, fluid-filled sac that is positioned near the knee joint. Bursae are tasked with cushioning pressure points between bones and the muscles, tendons, and skin near your joints. Bursae are also designed to reduce friction.

What Is a Frozen or Locked Knee?

A frozen knee is a very painful condition that results in a decreased range of motion. It's commonly caused by chronic scarring, inflammation, shrinkage, or thickening of the capsule surrounding the joint. Many people experience frozen knee after a recent injury or total knee replacement.

What If I Hear a Pop in My Knee?

If you heard a "popping" noise in your knee cap area or feel this sensation, you may have an acute Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) injury. If this is the case, your knee will begin to immediately swell and feel unstable. Most people describe it as the knee "giving out."

Contact Wellness Chiropractic Center for Knee Pain Relief

At Wellness Chiropractic Center in Watertown, our seasoned chiropractor offers treatments for a range of knee conditions. Best of all, our chiropractor specializes in treating the actual underlying cause of your knee discomfort. We'll work closely with you to create a treatment plan designed to reduce your pain, improve your range of motion, and restore your quality of life. Contact Wellness Chiropractic Center today by calling us at (920) 262-0200.

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