An important part of any sport is protecting yourself from injury. Preventing injury allows you to play your sport long-term and be able to enjoy playing pain free. When you know what knee injuries happen in your sport you will be better equipped to protect yourself and rehabilitate properly if already injured.
The knee is a complex and almost fragile joint. It’s prone to many sorts of injuries as you will see here in this section. Your knee(s) can suffer from fractures, ligament tears, dislocations, sprains, a general chronic pain, and other injuries; the list is long for the knees.
- ACL Tear
- Meniscus Tear
- Collateral Ligament
- MCL / LCL Tear
- Patellar Traction
- Patellar Tendonitis
- IT Band Pain
- Patellar Dislocation
Prolotherapy: Heal Damages tendons and ligaments. Stabilize the Joint.
Trigger Point Injection: Locally Hydrate and Release Tight Muscle Bands / Trigger Points
Dry Needling: Release Muscles Know and promote normal muscle function
Sports Acupuncture: Speed Recovery and Increase Circulation