MOJ ISSN: 2374-6939MOJOR

Orthopedics & Rheumatology
News
Volume 3 Issue 5 - 2015
Knee Pain (Sports Injuries Part-I)
Mohamed M Hassan*
Chiropractic& natural healing center, USA
Received: October 14, 2015 | Published: December 01, 2015
*Corresponding author: Mohamed M Hassan, Chiropractic & Natural Healing Center, Washington - metro area, USA, Tel: 703 609 3051; Email:
Citation: Hassan MM (2015) Knee Pain (Sports Injuries Part-I). MOJ Orthop Rheumatol 3(5): 00110. DOI: 10.15406/mojor.2015.03.00110

The Knee Joint

This is a vulnerable complex joint that bears a great deal of stress from daily activities such as walking, lifting, bending, kneeling, jogging, exercise and sports activities.

Knee Structure(Anatomy)

  1. Femur: Thigh bone (upper part).
  2. Tibia: Shin bone (lower part)
  3. Patella: Knee cap.
  4. Muscles, ligaments and Tendons: which hold the knee parts together

Some of Knee Pain/Injuries/Problems

Several knee problems are the result of wear and tear from daily activities, sports, and illnesses such as arthritis or sudden movements that may result in sprain/ strain of knee tendons/ligaments or muscles.

Diagnosis

Evaluate each case on an individual basis and treat it from all aspects and perform/order tests as needed.

Natural Treatment

In our clinic we perform Specific tailored treatment plans for knee problems depend on patient individual needs, which may include and not limited to: chiropractic treatment, cold laser therapy, rehab, physical therapy and nutrition.

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