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Knee Pain

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Cold Laser Therapy can significantly reduce knee pain and chronic pain associated with many other conditions:

  • Knee pain
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Arthritis pain
  • Back pain
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Fibromyalgia pain
  • Neck pain
  • Tendonitis

Cold Laser Therapy can reduce or eliminate the need for expensive pain medication, invasive injections or surgery with an extended recovery time.

Cold Laser Therapy, or low-level laser therapy, is a natural, non-surgical treatment to heal chronic knee pain. Our Cold Laser Therapy treatment uses targeted wavelengths of red or near infra-red light that gradually heal knee tissue that may be damaged, inflamed, injured or irritated.

Cold Laser Therapy treatment is completely comfortable and pain free. And treatments can be quickly and easily completed within a regular office visit.

Since your knee condition has deteriorated over a period of time, your One Source Lynwood doctor will create a treatment plan to help you on the path to healing. Depending on your condition, you may need several therapy sessions to begin noticing a difference. Some patients may also need a series of treatments, sometimes more than once a week, to receive the full healing benefit of Cold Laser Therapy.
Patients are experiencing between 50 to 90% improvement over their original pain levels. That’s amazing!

Many patients suffer from osteoarthritis or other ailments that can cause chronic knee pain. These diseases can cause the cartilage, which provides flexibility, to fragment or deteriorate over time. Eventually, the underlying bone can be exposed as well as the sensitive nerve endings in the knee area. Then the synovium, or lining, can become inflamed and irritated, also leading to chronic bone-on-bone pain. Cold Laser Therapy can help reverse the cause or causes of your knee pain.

Knee Bracing for Pain Relief

Knee Bracing is a helpful solution for those patients who are active or need to become more active while they are healing from chronic knee pain. At One Source Lynwood, we find that some patients may need additional support during the healing process. Whether it’s getting around the house or being a little more active, Knee Bracing may be an option for you.

Many patients receive almost immediate pain relief when wearing a non-invasive knee brace. Knee Bracing helps to realign your knee, take the pressure off of painful areas, and provide more stability. Patients using a knee brace to complement their healing therapy treatment have less pain and stiffness, and they are able to better partake in normal activities. Their quality of life improves, and they are once again able to do the things they had been avoiding.

Patients using a knee brace also take fewer over-the-counter or prescription anti-inflammatory drugs. And they are also able to delay or eliminate the need for invasive joint injections and surgeries.

All patients may not be a good candidate for Knee Bracing. Your doctor at One Source Lynwood can help determine if you are a good candidate for Knee Bracing. We will fit you for a knee brace in our office and provide you with a knee brace that provides the proper support to help your chronic knee pain.

Rehabilitation for Knee Pain

Cold Laser Therapy and Knee Bracing may only be part of the solution to healing your chronic knee pain. Your One Source Lynwood doctor may prescribe some in-office and at-home rehabilitation exercises to further progress your healing.

Knee Osteoarthritis and joint pain can be debilitating, especially when you feel it with every step you take. Rehabilitation can help reduce the pressure on your knee joint and strengthen the surrounding ligaments and muscles.

Weight loss may be a crucial part of your knee pain rehabilitation therapy. Your knees have to support more weight than you think, and that can take a toll over time. For every pound you lose, your knees experience the equivalent loss of four pounds of weight-bearing load.

Your knee pain rehabilitation may include some or all of the following approaches:

  • Rest, ice, compression, and elevation (RICE)
  • Stretching
  • Exercises
  • Diet and Exercise (to reduce weight on knees)

Call One Source Lynwood TODAY to discover a healing answer to your chronic knee pain.


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Osborne Chiropractic & Massage Clinic
18730 33rd Avenue West Suite 100
Lynnwood, WA 98037
(425) 774-8600

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