Courtesy Texas Hip and Knee Center
No matter your age, and whether you’re an athlete or just a person on the go, knee pain can hinder your movement and your life. You may be suffering now and concerned about what the cause is. Knee pain can occur for a number of reasons that include arthritis, cartilage tears, joint degeneration, or any number of other issues.
At Texas Health, our goal is to get you back to doing the things you love, like jogging, tennis, or just going about your daily activities. Our network of skilled orthopedic specialists have the knowledge, experience and technology to help you return stronger from knee pain.
Below are a few important “should ask questions” from knowledgeable physicians who treat chronic knee pain daily. These questions may not be top of mind, but you should ask them to help you determine how to manage your knee pain better.
- What symptoms should I be concerned about?
- What should I avoid when treating knee pain?
- When should I stop treating myself (and see a doctor)?
- How do I know what to tell the doctor?
- What is the best way to avoid knee injuries?
If you have been asking yourself any of these questions, click this link for some helpful answers.