HIP & KNEE PAIN
The hips and knees are two of the largest joints in the body. They work to support the body’s weight and are a key factor in mobility. If you are dealing with hip or knee pain, the Comprehensive Pain Institute can help determine the underlying cause of your pain and offer a personalized approach to relief.
Common Hip and Knee Pain Conditions:
- Tendon tears or damage
- Loss of synovial fluid
- Degenerating cartilage
What are the common causes of knee pain?
You may develop knee pain from any number of causes. Common causes of knee pain include:
- Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury
- Knee Replacement
- Medial Collateral Ligament (MCL) Sprain/Tear
- Medial Plica Syndrome
- Meniscus Injury
- Osgood-Schlatter Disease
- Osteoarthritis/Degenerative Joint Disease
- Patellar Tendonitis/Tendinosis
- Patelofemoral Syndrome
- Pes Anersine Bursitis
- Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) Sprain/Tear
- Quadriceps Strain/Tear
- Runner’s Knee
- Tendonitis or Tendinopathy
- Torn meniscus
- Tendinitis or bursitis
- You may also develop knee pain from foot or hip pain that alters your gait.
When should I see a doctor for my knee pain?
While you may be able to take care of mild knee pain at home, if your knee pain is severe, you need to schedule an appointment with the specialists at CPI Orthobiologics.
Other knee symptoms that require an evaluation include:
- Hearing or feeling a popping sensation before the knee pain started
- Unable to bear weight on the knee
- Decreased range of motion
- Obvious deformity
The specialists at CPI conduct a comprehensive examination to identify the underlying cause of your knee pain. The examination may include a review of your symptoms, as well as your medical history and an evaluation of your knee. Diagnostic tests may also be recommended to confirm or rule out a diagnosis.
Knee & Hip Pain Treatments
Bedford TX Pain Clinic (clinics also in Benbrook & Lewisville)
The physicians at the Comprehensive Pain Institute will carefully evaluate and examine you to ascertain the correct treatment plan to target the source of your hip or knee pain. A combination of one or many types of treatment may be recommended to manage your pain.
- Over-the-counter pain medication
- Physical therapy