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Knee Pain and Arthritis

Physical Therapy for Knee Pain and Arthritis in Fargo North Dakota and Moorhead Minnesota

Does Your Knee Pain Keep You From Doing What You Love?

You are not alone. This is one of the most common problems we see in active middle-aged individuals. According to proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, “Knee pain osteoarthritis (OA) is the most prevalent joint disease and a leading source of chronic pain and disability in the United States and other developed nations. Knee OA accounts for more than 80% of the disease’s total burden and affects at least 19% of American adults aged 45y and older.”

Did you know that body parts above and below your knee can affect your knee mobility and cause pain?!

That’s right...your spine, hip and even ankle may be the reason why your knee pain is not improving.

  • Even if you have been told you need surgery!
  • Even if you’ve been told you are “bone-on-bone”

Physical Therapy Can Reduce Your Pain.

A thorough full-body examination is A MUST when it comes to treating your knee discomfort.

Traditional physical therapy ordered by a physician and provided in a clinic cannot typically complete this necessary full-body examination. Why? Because insurance, as well as the doctor’s orders, dictate what can be seen and what treatments can be completed. The reality of traditional physical therapy in a clinic setting is there is not enough time to properly examine you to find the true source of your pains and even less time to treat you.

Physical Therapy for Knee Pain and Arthritis in Fargo North Dakota and Moorhead Minnesota – If You Are Tired Of…

  • Injections
  • Medications
  • Repeating the same exercises without improving
  • Multiple doctors visits without answers
  • Missing out on what you love because of pain
  • Being told you need surgery

Schedule with COMPETE Physical Therapy & Wellness in Fargo, North Dakota and Moorhead, Minnesota today!

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