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Fix the problem
Stop the pain coming back
Life is too short to let aches and pains rule your choices.
It's frustrating when you can't do the things you want to do.
Knee pain can significantly impact your daily life, but chiropractic care offers a valuable solution. Here’s why it’s a great choice:
Holistic Approach: Chiropractors look at the entire body mechanics, not just the knee, which is essential for treating knee pain that often relates to other biomechanical issues.
- Non-Invasive Relief: Chiropractic treatment provides a non-surgical and drug-free option, focusing on natural healing and pain relief.
- Customized Treatments: Every patient receives a tailored treatment plan based on their specific knee condition and lifestyle, ensuring more effective care.
- Preventative Care: Regular chiropractic adjustments can help prevent future knee problems, promoting long-term joint health and mobility.
Turn to chiropractic care for a comprehensive, natural approach to managing knee pain and enhancing your joint health.
12 Point Comprehensive
(50% off limited offer, normally £48)
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12 Point Comprehensive Consultation
Normally £48.00. Reduced to £24.00 for a Limited Period
This comprehensive 12-point consultation is a thorough approach to chiropractic care, ensuring a personalised and effective treatment plan.
Knee pain is a common affliction, impacting many individuals during their lifetime. The causes are varied, ranging from overuse and sports injuries to age-related wear and tear in the knee joint. Factors like obesity and a sedentary lifestyle can also contribute to the development of knee pain.
Types of Knee Pain Knee pain can manifest in several forms, with the most common being pain due to osteoarthritis, particularly in older adults. However, knee discomfort can also stem from ligament injuries, meniscal tears, and patellar issues.
Chiropractic Treatment: A Route to Knee Pain Relief Chiropractic care is highly effective in treating knee pain by first reducing discomfort and then addressing the root causes. Our specialists provide tailored care focused on long-term relief and knee joint health.
Common Knee Issues Addressed by Chiropractic Care
- Ligament Injuries: Such as ACL or MCL tears, common in athletes and physically active individuals.
- Meniscal Tears: Often occurring from twisting movements or wear and tear, leading to knee pain and swelling.
- Patellar Conditions: Including patellofemoral pain syndrome, where pain arises around the kneecap.
- Osteoarthritis: Age-related degeneration causing knee pain, stiffness, and reduced mobility.
We are used to seeing big changes in our patients
No need to take our word for it, take theirs:
Significantly reduced pain
or gone altogether
...of those who were in pain to begin with
Pain medication reduced
or stopped altogether
...of those who were on pain medication for their symptoms
...of the people who said their sleep wasn't great
...of the people who said their energy wasn't great
...of the people who felt a bit lower or grumpy
(Self-reported by a sample of 246 of our patients, during their first re-examination)
Knee pain is a significant health concern in the UK, impacting a wide range of individuals across various age groups. One of the primary reasons for its prevalence is the increase in lifestyle-related factors, such as physical inactivity. Rising rates of obesity can put additional strain on the knee joints, leading to wear and tear, inflammation, and pain. Moreover, a sedentary lifestyle, characterized by prolonged periods of sitting and lack of regular exercise, contributes to weakening of the muscles supporting the knee, reducing joint stability and increasing the risk of injuries and chronic pain.
Another contributing factor to the prevalence of knee pain in the UK is the aging population. As we age, we are more likely to experience degenerative joint conditions like osteoarthritis, which is a leading cause of knee pain among older adults. Additionally, sports-related injuries are a common cause of knee pain in younger individuals, particularly in those engaged in high-impact sports that put stress on the knee joint. The combination of these factors, along with a general delay in seeking treatment and a tendency to self-manage pain, makes knee pain a widespread and persistent issue in the UK, affecting the quality of life and mobility of a significant portion of the population.