Knee Pain

Knee Pain Treatment

knee pain ClearfieldBecause your knees and your legs carry the majority of your weight when you walk, run, or engage in another type of physical activity, they can become worn out or succumb to various injuries. These injuries and pains can hinder you and keep you from doing the things you love. If you are experiencing knee pain or seeking knee pain treatment, don’t hesitate to see one of our sports medicine therapists or physical therapists for relief.

Alleviating Knee Pain through Physical Therapy

Because your knee is subject to a lot of wear and tear, there are many reasons that you might have knee pain, regardless of if you are a professional athlete, a recreational athlete, or just head to the gym every now and again. At Layton Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine, we treat patients with:

  • Arthritis
  • Ligament injury
  • Cartilage tears
  • ACL tears
  • Meniscus tears
  • Patellar tendinitis
  • Swelling
  • Bursitis
  • Dislocated kneecaps
  • Growth abnormalities
  • Post-surgical pain/mobility issues

For all these conditions and more that are not listed, our physical therapists and sports medicine therapists can customize knee pain treatment plans, give patients a comprehensive evaluation, and perform a variety of therapies to promote your quick recovery. That way, you can get back to the activities you love to do most.

Knee Pain and Sports Medicine

knee pain treatment layton physical therapyBecause, in the vast majority of sports, you are using your knees to run, jump, sprint, and move, your knees are at a higher risk for injury and pain. When you come into our office for physical therapy or sports medicine, we’ll make sure to take a look at your knees, suggest treatment options, and teach you how to lessen the impact your physical activity will have on your knees in the future.

Here at our office, we are firm believers that simple methods can partially or completely eliminate the source of your knee pain.

If you are experiencing moderate to severe knee pain, you need to see a physical therapist right away. Call Layton Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine at (801) 896-9624 to find out what we can do for your knee pain!