By Jon Stiffler PTA/Sports Center Manager
Knee Pain Cant’ Wait!
We count on our knees for everything, from walking and lifting to working out and playing sports. When there’s a problem, you need to get it fixed quickly and successfully. To read why knee pain can’t wait, go to KNEE PAIN.
Risk factors for knee pain include aging, athletic activities, and trauma injuries. Obesity is also a risk factor for the development of many forms of knee pain due to the extra stress placed on the knee. Knee pain can also result from tendinitis, ACL tears, meniscus tears, bursitis, and dislocation.
No matter your activity level, if you have a sore or injured knee, you need the best care possible. Our physicians and therapists provide innovative knee care for each patient, and we will customize a rehab program to meet your needs.
Not every knee injury requires surgery, and our physical therapy department has proven rehabilitation techniques to decrease pain and increase function. Also, our rehabilitation program can prevent unnecessary surgery for many knee injuries and conditions. If surgery is required, our physicians offer the most effective and progressive treatment available.
5 Knee Symptoms You Should Not Ignore
- Clicking, locking, or popping in the knee joint.
- Knee pain when sitting, driving, walking, sleeping, or exercising.
- Instability or a feeling of the knee giving way.
- Pain or stiffness causes a decreased ability to bend or straighten the knee.
JOI KNEE DOCTORS
The Jacksonville Orthopaedic Institute has a long reputation for having the best knee doctors in the Jacksonville area. Our orthopedic knee specialists are the most experienced knee physicians in the area. JOI has over 20 Orthopaedic Knee Specialists who treat various knee injuries and conditions. To see the listing of the JOI Knee Specialists, go to https://www.joionline.net/centers-of-expertise/knee/.
Our knee doctors treat a wide variety of knee injuries:
- Ligament sprains (ACL, MCL, LCL, PCL).
- Meniscus injuries.
- Cartilage injuries.
- Dislocated and Subluxed Patella.
- Arthritis, Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis.
- Tendonitis (Patellar, IT Band).
- Muscle Strains.
If you want to learn more about the anatomy of the knee, please watch this Knee Video.
Our knee specialists provide conservative treatment options for all of these knee injuries. When surgery is needed, JOI has the most experienced team of knee surgeons. They work very closely with our physical therapy clinicians to ensure you have the best outcome from your surgery.
If you have a knee injury and want to see an Orthopaedic Knee Specialist, please call JOI-2000 or click below.