Knee Pain

Knee Pain and Knee Injury

Knee pain is a complaint among some people and one of the non-back pain-related issues people may see a chiropractor. Knee arthritis is a cause of knee pain which can result from aging or a knee injury. Over time, compensating for knee pain as we walk and sit can develop into other conditions which can case pain. Back pain treatment and knee pain treatment from our Lexington, KY, chiropractor may be able to help. Learn more about how chiropractic treatments can help knee pain at Lynch Chiropractic Center. 


What Causes Knee Pain?

There are several potential causes of knee pain. Common culprits include injury, overuse, arthritis, and obesity. Injuries to the knee, can cause sharp pain and swelling. Overuse injuries, like a runner's knee, result from repetitive motions and can cause a dull ache. Arthritis can cause chronic pain, stiffness, and swelling in the knee joint. Finally, excess weight can strain the knees and increase the likelihood of developing knee pain. 

What Are the Symptoms of Knee Pain? 

Knee pain can be characterized by various symptoms, depending on the underlying cause. Some common signs of knee pain include stiffness, swelling, tenderness, redness, and warmth in the affected area. Additionally, individuals with knee pain may experience a limited range of motion or difficulty standing or walking. The knee may sometimes make popping or cracking noises or feel unstable or weak. 

How Can Chiropractic Care Treat Knee Pain? 

Chiropractic care can help treat knee pain by focusing on the musculoskeletal system, which is directly related to the knee. Our chiropractor, Dr. Lynch, will assess the alignment of the knee joint and surrounding muscles and use various techniques to help restore proper function and reduce inflammation. Chiropractic treatment can include manual adjustments, soft tissue therapy, and exercises to improve strength and flexibility. Additionally, chiropractic care can address underlying issues contributing to knee pain, such as poor posture or spinal misalignments. With regular chiropractic treatment, patients may be able to find relief from knee pain and improve overall mobility.

See Our Lexington, KY, Chiropractor for Knee Pain Treatment

If you continue to struggle with pain caused by knee arthritis or a knee injury, contact a chiropractor to learn more about how chiropractic care can help with knee pain. See our chiropractor at Lynch Chiropractic Center in Lexington, KY, for knee and back pain treatment. Call our office today to schedule an appointment with our team. Call us at (859) 266-1999 for more information.