Limp in Leap out Physiotherapy & Wellness in Belfield provides servicing to many near by Inner West suburbs including Belmore, Strathfield and Croydon park. See below some general information regarding a condition we can treat.
We consider ourselves to be highly experienced when it comes to the management and treatment of Meniscus Injuries. This is due to our broad range of research based techniques.
Within the knee contains cartilage that helps to provide support and cushioning for the knee joint. The cartilage is also known as the knees meniscus. The healing ability and rate will depend on where the meniscus tear is located. If the tear is more on the inside of the knee, there is a low likelihood that healing will occur due to poor blood supply.
It is for this reason that after a meniscus tear occurs, physiotherapy is required to improve the pain and treat the meniscus.
You may feel pain in the knee when walking, walking uphill, descending stairs, twisting the knee and squatting. Clicking, popping and locking is also something one can experience.
Techniques performed in our clinic to assist patients with meniscus tears include specific muscle strengthening around the knee and hip, and low intensity ultrasound therapy for chondrocyte (cartilage cell) formation.
To find out more, or to book in for a consultation you can contact us via our Limp in Leap out Physiotherapy & Wellness contact page, or book online here.
The knee is one of the most common joints to be impacted by the debilitating nature of osteoarthritis. There are specific stages of osteoarthritis and can begin with some slight pain with movement to a point where complete movement is disrupted.
Osteoarthritis is a degenerative condition where the articular cartilage of the knee wears off, eventually causing a bone-on-bone reaction. Knee osteoarthritis can worsen with age, weight and with previous meniscus injuries. You may feel:
Knee Stiffness and Swelling
Pain with movement and while weight bearing
Problems with ascending and descending stairs and prolonged walking
Clicking in the knee
Reduced strength of the muscles surrounding the knee
Techniques performed in our clinic to assist patients with knee osteoarthritis include soft tissue therapy, joint mobilisations, knee and hip strengthening and low-intensity ultrasound therapy.