Knee pain is a common complaint among adults and most often associated with general wear and tear from daily activities like walking, bending, standing and lifting. Bryn J. Henderson, DO, JD. FACPE and the team at Regenerative Medical Group located in Orange, California treat the condition using a multidisciplinary and personalized approach for a safe and effective recovery.
When the structures included in the knee joint, such as ligaments, tendons, bone, and cartilage are affected by any external, environmental, or natural factor, it results in extreme pain in the joint.
Fracture (broken bone)
Certain sports or occupations including skiing, basketball, construction, farming, etc.
The affected area on the knee, depending on the cause, whether it be inflammation of the tendon, fracture/ligament injuries, or any type of arthritis, will experience the following symptoms:
Decreased range of motion
Physical inspection by the doctor
These imaging techniques, and physical examinations, combined with the medical skill and knowledge of our doctors at RMG, will help us to identify the problematic area accurately, analyze the situation and determine the mode of treatment.
If you feel like you have injured your knee, you should immediately:
Rest & apply ice to the affected area
RMG provides the following:
PRP, prolotherapy, and other injections to help the affected are
Osteopathic manipulative treatment (OMT) for conditions like tendonitis, which involves:
Soft-tissue stretching (fascial release)
Localized isometric contraction-relaxation (muscle energy)
Positional or facilitative relaxation (counter strain and balanced ligamentous tension)
Gentle techniques to balance motion in the skull (cranial osteopathy)
IV infusion therapies involve a combination of vitamins, minerals, and nutrition, which help boost the immune system and lessen pain and inflammation
Physical rehabilitation in cases that need it, such as fracture, subluxation, or complete dislocation