Knee pain.

Question: What knee pain treatments can pain management doctors recommend other than medication?

Pain management doctors can use various non-medication treatments for knee pain, including:

Physical therapy: To help improve joint mobility, strengthen the muscles surrounding the knee, and alleviate pain.

Exercise: Certain exercises can help to reduce knee pain, such as low-impact activities like swimming or cycling, as well as stretching and strengthening exercises.

Heat/Ice therapy: Applying heat or ice to the knee can help relieve pain and reduce swelling.

Weight management: Losing weight can help reduce stress on the knee joint and alleviate pain.

Assistive devices: Canes, crutches, knee braces, or other assistive devices can help to reduce the load on the knee joint and relieve pain.

Corticosteroid injections: Corticosteroids can be injected directly into the knee joint to relieve pain and reduce inflammation.

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections: PRP is a concentrated mixture of platelets that can be injected into the knee to promote healing and relieve pain.

These are just some of the many treatments that a #PainManagementDoctor may use to help manage knee pain. The specific treatment recommended will depend on the cause of the knee pain and the individual’s overall health status.

To learn more about how Dr. Abdallah can help you relieve your knee pain, call and set an appointment: 855-932-7426.

We’ll get you an appointment sooner than later so you can start your journey to feeling #LessPain.

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