If you or a loved one has knee pain, it can interfere with the quality of life. Every step is a painful reminder of the problem, and any short trip becomes an arduous task.
1. What is knee pain?
The knee is a vulnerable joint that bears a great deal of stress from everyday activities, such as lifting and kneeling, and from high-impact activities, such as jogging and aerobics. Many knee problems are a result of the aging process and continual wear and stress on the knee joint (such as, arthritis). Other knee problems are a result of an injury or a sudden movement that strains the knee.
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2. Knee pain and flat feet
Most knee problems develop in adults have their origins in the feet. Flat feet and other foot problems can put excessive stress on the knee joints, which causes inflammations and degeneration.
A study established in 2011 found that those with flat feet had 1.3 times the odds of knee pain and 1.4 times the odds of knee cartilage damage.
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3. How can Chiropractic care help those with knee pain?
Chiropractic care can be a great way to manage and relieve knee pain. Chiropractic care provides patients a safe, non-invasive alternative to take a step closer to their health goals. Our doctors at ACC will perform a consultation, examination, and if necessary, refer you out for diagnostic imaging such as X-ray or MRI. Based on the findings of our chiropractic exam and consultation, your doctor of chiropractic will elect a suitable type of treatment for your specific conditions.
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Our approach at ACC combines alleviating knee pain and correcting the foot biomechanics to achieve long-term relief for knee pain.
At ACC, we have a high success rate of treating many different kinds of knee pain from degenerative arthritis to sporting injuries.