Physiotherapy For Hip & Knee Pain

If you are experiencing discomfort or pain in the knees and hips, exercise may be the last thing you feel like doing. But keeping still or not moving out of fear, sluggishness or fatigue is not going to get you anywhere. In order to prolong the function and longevity of your joints, you need to get them moving. One study found that people with knee Osteoarthritis who worked out regularly lowered their pain by 12% compared to those who didn’t[1].

Our approach to managing knee and hip discomfort starts with conducting a thorough assessment. We ask questions and conduct any applicable tests relating to your specific case using our wealth of experience and knowledge. With your consent, we may also consult your Doctor, Chiropractor or other therapist to gain additional information related to your situation.

Upon completion, we will provide our professional recommendation going forward based on our findings and your goals. This recommendation usually consists of a prescribed exercise routine supervised by one of our fitness professionals. The routine will likely contain a combination of aerobic exercise, muscle strengthening, and range of motion to not only address the problems at the hip or knee, but also enable you to get a heart pumping, muscle burning workout in at the same time!

We are proud to offer this service at both our London and Oakville locations!

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[1] Callahan, L. F., Shreffler, J., Siaton, B. C., Helmick, C. G., Schoster, B., Schwartz, T. A., ... & Jordan, J. M. (2010). Limited educational attainment and radiographic and symptomatic knee osteoarthritis: a cross-sectional analysis using data from the Johnston County (North Carolina) Osteoarthritis Project. Arthritis research & therapy, 12(2), 1-9.