Knee problems often occur during sports or recreational activities but can happen in the course of everyday work or due to disease. Whether injury or chronic condition, our specialists work to successfully diagnose and treat your knee concerns, returning you to as much pain-free activity as soon as possible.

Treatment options vary by patient, severity of injury and diagnosis. Conservative options such as rest, pain medication, and physical therapy should always be investigated. Other common knee treatments can include injections or surgery.

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