When your knee hurts, it can stop you from doing things that you love to do. Walking, running, golf, even getting out of bed can be painful and debilitating. You don’t have to live with knee pain. Our orthopedic knee specialists in Knoxville, Crossville, Sevierville, Oak Ridge and Lenoir City are here and ready to help.
Are you experiencing any of the following knee symptoms?
Our knees take a lot of stress and strain every day, making them prone to damage and injuries that lead to knee pain. Repetitive movements like jogging, as well as impact injuries from sports and accidents, can lead to long-term knee pain if not properly addressed. Some knee pain can be managed with over-the-counter pain medications, anti-inflammatories, and lifestyle changes, sometimes, more intensive methods such as surgery or a total knee replacement are required to find relief.
Common causes of knee pain include arthritis, ACL injuries, fractures, knee bursitis, a torn meniscus, patellar tendinitis, gout, and more. Knee pain is quite common in athletes as well as people who are overweight. Knee pain is more likely to affect people as they age.
If you’re experiencing knee pain, your Tennessee Orthopaedic Clinics specialist will asses the condition of your knee to diagnose the cause of your pain and recommend a treatment plan custom tailored to you. Whatever course of treatment your knee specialist recommends for you, from knee surgery to physical therapy and beyond, Tennessee Orthopaedic Clinics provides all the services you need to get back on your feet quickly.
Tennessee Orthopaedic Clinics uses the MACI procedure to help patients regain the function of an injured knee. In the MACI procedure, a graft of the patient’s own cartilage is used as a scaffold on which the patient will grow new, healthy cartilage and restore the healthy movement of the knee.
Some sources of knee pain are only treatable via a total knee replacement. If you need a total knee replacement in Knoxville, Tennessee Orthopaedic Clinics’ expert knee surgeons combine their years of expertise and education with the most state-of-the-art technologies available in knee replacement today. Robotic-assisted total knee replacement using the ROSA or MAKO robots provides the most accurate results when undergoing a total knee replacement.