Hip and Knee Pain
Have you noticed that your knee pain has not resolved with treatment directed at the knee? Taping and quadriceps exercises may be addressing the pain but not the culprit. This means your pain continues.
The hip is the bad neighbour of the knee and low back. It is important that the abdominal and buttock muscles have correct length and strength to allow the hip to function at their best. This in turn will prevent excessive rotation and side-to-side movement of your thigh bone.
In some cases, the treatment for knee pain is to correct a problem elsewhere in your body. If prior treatment has not met your expectations then our treatment will help you. We offer varying levels of direct clinical treatment to meet your requirements. We specialise in difficult cases. Your case may not be as difficult as you think.