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Knee Pain in Pittsburgh

Knee Pain

In Pittsburgh, you have access to a chiropractic service that can target not only back pain, but knee pain as well. At Morreale Chiropractic in Pittsburgh, we have a goal of helping you feel better, function better, and live better. We’ve served over 11,000 patients and are hoping to help more around the Pittsburgh area. By offering you relief from your pain, you’ll feel more comfortable and participate in more activities. We have served the area for over 22 years and hope to continue helping those who need pain relief.

Knee Pain in Pittsburgh

You may not think there’s a correlation between pain in your back and in your knee, but there is. Chiropractic services can help your knee just as much as your back. Instead of feeling shooting pain in your knee when you climb the stairs, walk short distances, or when you get out of bed, we can offer you some relief and the ability to function better. Like back pain, you don’t have to live with knee pain or reduce the number of activities you do because your knee hurts too much. Additionally, chiropractic services diminish the use of pain medication. At Morreale Chiropractic, we’ll address the underlying issue of knee pain and figure out the best way to treat it. We’ll use techniques for manipulation and mobilization to widen the movement of the knee to make it less restricted as well as increase the function and the range of motion in your knee joint.

You may not think there’s a correlation between pain in your back and in your knee, but there is. Chiropractic services can help your knee just as much as your back. Instead of feeling shooting pain in your knee when you climb the stairs, walk short distances, or when you get out of bed, we can offer you some relief and the ability to function better. Like back pain, you don’t have to live with knee pain or reduce the number of activities you do because your knee hurts too much. Additionally, chiropractic services diminish the use of pain medication. At Morreale Chiropractic, we’ll address the underlying issue of knee pain and figure out the best way to treat it. We’ll use techniques for manipulation and mobilization to widen the movement of the knee to make it less restricted as well as increase the function and the range of motion in your knee joint.

What Could Be Causing Your Knee Pain?

Knee pain can stem from many different reasons. To help you figure out the best reason for why your knee is in pain, look at the list below to figure out what’s going on. Keep in mind these are common causes and sometimes it can be a much more serious issue or because of an injury.

  • Arthritis
  • Cartilage injuries
  • Ligament injuries
  • Iliotibial band syndrome
  • Meniscus injuries
  • Tendon injuries

The knee joint is complex and relies on ligament and muscle stability. Knee pain occurs when the components that make up your join are injured or when your lower back, hip, ankle, foot, or pelvis has been damaged due to injury or another situation. If you knee is hurting, then it might be in your best interest to have it evaluated to see if the direct influence of your pain is in another part of your body or because of the listed common causes.

Do’s For Knee Pain

To help you figure out how to work around your knee pain, we’ve provided some do’s for you to participate in. To get a further list of do’s for your knee pain, come to our chiropractic clinic to work on treatment for pain relief or gain information to utilize and address your discomfort.

  • Do exercises: Cardio is a great way to strengthen the muscles for support and flexibility in your knee joint. You can also do weight training and stretch to help loosen up the joint and become more comfortable. Great exercises for your knee include swimming, water aerobics, and Tai Chai.
  • Utilize RICE: Rest, Ice, Compression, and Elevation. RICE is a great way to help arthritis in your knee or minor injuries that have caused discomfort. By allowing your knee to rest, using ice to decrease the swelling, followed by a wrap or a bandage, and then keeping it elevated, you’ll give your knee some relief.

Take the time to schedule an appointment at Morreale Chiropractic for knee pain.

Monday
7:30am - 12:00pm
3:00pm - 7:00pm


Tuesday
3:00pm - 7:00pm


Wednesday
7:30am - 12:00pm
3:00pm - 7:00pm


Thursday
3:00pm - 7:00pm


Friday
7:30am - 12:00pm
3:00pm - 7:00pm


Saturday
Closed

Morreale Chiropractic
874 Butler Street Suite 1
Pittsburgh, PA 15223
(412) 781-3150

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