Knee Pain


 

If your knee pain just won’t fade, your health care provider may have recommended surgery to reverse the damage. However, there is no reason to resort to that choice before you at least try our non-invasive Regenerative Cellular Therapy treatment. We have helped may patients throughout Texas avoid knee surgery & knee replacement that requires weeks of bed rest and long periods of physical therapy.

Your knee is comprised of the knee joint, the kneecap and all the ligaments and cartilage that surround it. Knee pain can happen to anyone at any age and can usually be treated with a home remedy. But it doesn’t take much for it to develop into a chronic problem. Why take the risk and let it that point when you can have it looked at today?


WHAT IS IT?

Knee pain is a very common symptom that we see in our clinic. With just this complaint alone, there are well over a dozen potential conditions or injuries behind it. As the center joint of the leg, the knee takes a lot of force with each step whether you run or walk. Just standing around could even lead to knee pain. Patients struggling with a severe case of arthritis may have similar symptoms in other major joints that indicates more than just wear and tear.


KNEE PAIN CAUSES

While knee pain itself is a common symptom, there are numerous other effects that can come along with it. We can help our clients with symptoms like:

  • Bursitis
  • Dislocation
  • Tendonitis
  • Cysts
  • Sprains
  • Gout
  • Wear and tear
  • Infections
  • Tears
  • Iliotibial

KNEE PAIN SYMPTOMS

While knee pain itself is a common symptom, there are numerous other effects that can come along with it. We can help our clients with symptoms like:

  • Tenderness on the surface of the skin or when the knee is pressed
  • Pain that increases with exercise and activity
  • Tingling and numbness around the knee or extending down to the knee
  • Instability or buckling when weight is placed on the joint
  • Swelling
  • Popping, snapping, or creaking noises


KNEE PAIN RISKS

Your daily routine may be putting you at risk for severe or chronic knee pain. These factors include:

  • Obesity
  • Smoking
  • Higher Age
  • Injuries due to work or athletic activity
  • Stress and dissatisfaction with life
  • Hard physical labor, especially involving repetitive action
Location
Henry Small, MD
7501 Fannin St. , Suite 710
Houston, TX 77054
Phone: 346-320-2420
Fax: 713-842-7911
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