KNEE PAIN

KNEE PAIN

Knee Pain Specialists in Greenville, SC

LeJeune Integrated Medical Centers’ providers assist patients in gaining relief from knee pain. They do this through expert diagnosis and evaluation to suggest medically proven remedies.

About Knee Pain

Being active is one of the best things you can do for your joints and the rest of your body. But injuries can happen, and they often involve the knees. Knee pain is a very common musculoskeletal complaint. The number of knee problems is increasing as society becomes increasingly active. Knee pain has a wide variety of specific causes and treatments. Some of the most common problems are sprained ligaments, meniscus tears, tendinitis, and osteoarthritis. If you have an old knee injury that wasn’t properly treated, it may flare up now and then or hurt all the time.

The knee joint’s main function is to bend, straighten, and bear the weight of the body, along with the ankles and hips. The knee is more than a simple hinged joint, however. It also twists and rotates. In order to perform all of these actions and to support the entire body while doing so, the knee relies on a number of structures including bones, ligaments, tendons, and cartilage.

Our clinical team is experienced with the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of knee issues, and will seek the best drug-free, surgical-free treatment for you.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the common causes of knee pain?

Knee pain can be caused by several conditions and injuries. The most common are:

  • Arthritis
  • Bursitis
  • Knee Tendonitis
  • Infection
  • ACL injury
  • Fracture or break
  • Patellofemoral pain syndrome
  • Iliotibial Band Syndrome
  • Hip, foot, or ankle problems
  • Past Injuries
How is Knee Pain Treated?

The LeJeune Medical team offers a multitude of treatment options to target pain and gain rapid relief. The typical treatment strategy consists of various joint injections in the knee to help with healing, therapeutic exercise to restore function, and trigger point injections to break down scar tissue, however, each patient will have their own specialized treatment plan based on their individual condition.