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At our Naperville Chiropractic and rehab center we know that knee pain is an increasingly more common problem in our society and something that we see more in more in our office.

The most common complaints that enter Victory Rehab relate to 'wear and tear' or osteoarthritis and although a condition such as osteoarthritis is not curable, the symptoms can be reduced and the progression of the problem can be helped thanks to our unique approach to treatment, specifically chiropractic adjustments, manipulation, and therapeutic exercises.

Chiropractic treatment may well be the answer if:

Anatomy of Knee Joint

Anatomy of Knee Joint

  • knee pain is limiting your day-to-day or sporting activities,
  • you have been given painkillers and been told to rest with no long-term improvement, or
  • you have been told you have arthritis and there is nothing that can be done?

When pain is perceived as coming from the knee, all the anatomical components need to be examined and in addition to the knee joint, the low back, pelvis, hip, ankle and foot need to be examined due to the direct influence they have on the knee, and vice versa. Our approach at our Naperville facility is to ask the question of why the pain is occurring and not just identifying the tissue of origin.

As Chiropractors in Naperville we take a comprehensive medical history and perform a thorough physical and biomechanical examination in order to make an accurate diagnosis - without an accurate diagnosis, the treatment will not be successful.

Our approach of assessing and treating the knee includes the evaluation of the other joints and muscles relating to the knee.

Knee Adjustment

Knee Adjustment

At Victory Rehab we know that by normalizing joint function we will also have and impact on the surrounding musculature and stabilizing structures within the knee joint.  This is done through either specific chiropractic knee adjustments or manipulations.

Click here to schedule in evaluation and exam and to see if Chiropractic is the answer to your knee pain.

 

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