Do you struggle with knee or hip pain?
We can help.
Joint Pain & Injuries Physiotherapy
More and more research is now showing the beneficial effects that a structured physiotherapy program can have on hip and knee joint pain. It was once thought that you simply had to ‘deal with it’ until the inevitable joint replacement. Thankfully, we know now that many people can be treated effectively with conservative management and avoid the need for painful and expensive joint replacement surgery. It’s never too late to come and find out if we can help.
Knee pain treatment
Physio for knee pain can result in a significant reduction, if not the full elimination – of knee discomfort.
An injured or damaged knee can cause a flow-on effect of problems. Knee pain and associated symptomscan range from a clicking or grinding sensation to an all-encompassing feeling that drastically limits your capacity to complete day-to-day tasks.
Physio for knee pain
Here are some of the ways physio for knee pain can help you in your recovery journey:
- Improve your range of movement – a damaged knee will stiffen, and can cause extreme discomfort, weakness, and loss of function. Knee pain treatment can remedy this.
- Release soft tissue restrictions – the soft tissue around your knee may tighten as a result of inflammation, scar tissue, or muscle imbalances.
- Strengthen your muscles – the knee joint is sensitive, and even minor injuries can inhibit the use of essential muscles in your leg. If these muscles are not strengthened, you increase your chances of ongoing, or worse pain in your knee.
- Rehabilitation and recovery post-surgery – physiotherapy following knee surgery is critical for safe and fast recovery.
Your knee pain treatment will be individually tailored to help you meet your unique goals, whether these involve walking comfortably again or fulfilling your potential as an athlete.
Hip pain treatment
Like knee pain and other joint discomforts, with the correct approach, successful hip pain treatment is possible.
Hip injuries can have a far-reaching impact on overall wellbeing. Those suffering from hip pain typically experience a reduced range of movement which impedes normal, everyday life.
Physio for hip pain
Here at Concentric Rehabilitation, we take a holistic approach to physio for hip pain. Our tailored treatment strategies cater to your individual needs, but will also involve the assessment of the following:
- The entire limb, including the foot, ankle, and knee
- Pelvic alignment
- Hip muscle control and activation habits
- Abdominal, core, and pelvic floor strength
- Quadricep, hamstring, ITB, and adductor length and strength
Correct movement and health of the above contribute to overall hip function and comfort. Our goal is to identify and address the underlying cause of your hip pain and deliver a personalised, multi-faceted treatment so you can enjoy long-term relief.
Get relief from joint pain through physiotherapy
Visit our contact page or give us a call on 02 8916 6476 to arrange your first appointment.