Effective Physiotherapy For Knee Pain!

Say goodbye to pills and visit Mind and Movement for top-notch chronic knee pain treatment physiotherapy in Singapore.

Get back on your feet with the best care and support for chronic knee pain treatment.

Experience the soothing effects of physiotherapy for knee injury and heal quickly.

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    The Best Physiotherapy For Knee Pain

    Mind and Movement offers the best knee pain physiotherapy in Singapore. Our team of highly trained and experienced physiotherapists use the latest techniques and equipment to provide personalised treatment plans for each patient. Whether you’re dealing with chronic knee pain, a knee injury, or just need a little extra support, Mind and Movement has you covered.

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    Knee Pain Physiotherapy Benefits

    Reduces Knee Pain

    • Alleviates knee pain through manual therapy.
    • Relieves discomfort through exercise.

    Improves Knee Function

    • Increases knee mobility.
    • Reduces knee stiffness.

    Strengthens Knee Muscles

    • Reduces the risk of future injury.
    • Improves balance and stability.

    Book your Knee Pain Physiotherapy Treatment

    1. Contact us

    WhatsApp +65 8718 5274 or fill out the contact us form  and schedule an appointment for physiotherapy for knee pain. 

    2. Consultation

    The assigned physio will assess your pain, and overall health and suggest the best treatment available.

    3. Get Started

    Start your journey to regain control over your life.

    What To Expect From Knee Pain Physiotherapy?

    At our knee pain physiotherapy treatment center, we strive to provide our patients with the best possible care. When you visit us, here’s what you can expect:

    • Comprehensive Assessment – Our team of expert physiotherapists will perform a thorough assessment of your knee pain, taking into account your medical history, physical examination and any other relevant information.
    • Personalised Diagnosis – Based on the assessment, we will diagnose the cause of your knee pain and develop a personalised treatment plan tailored specifically to your needs.
    • Effective Treatment – Our physiotherapists use the latest techniques and equipment to provide effective treatment for knee pain, including manual therapy, exercise, and assistive devices.
    • Customised Exercise Program – We will prescribe a customised exercise program to help improve knee strength, flexibility, and stability.
    • Ongoing Monitoring – Our physiotherapists will regularly monitor your progress and adjust your treatment plan as needed to ensure the best possible outcome.

    We are committed to helping our patients overcome pain with holistic physiotherapy for knee pain, and regain their quality of life.

    What Is Knee Pain?

    Knee pain is a common complaint that can result from various musculoskeletal and neurological conditions. Accurate diagnosis and treatment are important for resolving knee pain and restoring normal knee function.

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    Stages Of Knee Pain

    Knee pain can occur in various stages, including:

    Acute stage – This stage is characterised by sudden onset of knee pain, often due to a specific injury or trauma. Pain is usually severe and can make it difficult to move or bear weight on the affected knee.

    Subacute stage – During this stage, pain may persist but begin to improve. Movement may become less painful, but swelling and stiffness may still be present.

    Chronic stage – In this stage, knee pain may become a long-term issue and can interfere with daily activities. Pain may be more diffuse and can range from mild to severe.

    It’s important to note that not all knee pain follows a linear progression from acute to subacute to chronic. 

    The specific progression and duration of knee pain will vary depending on the underlying cause and factors such as age, overall health, and response to treatment.

    What Causes Knee Pain?

    Knee pain can be caused by a variety of factors, including:

    Injury – Knee injuries such as sprains, strains, and tears can cause pain. This includes ligament tears, such as an ACL tear, or cartilage damage, such as a meniscus tear.

    Overuse – Repetitive movements, such as running or jumping, can lead to knee pain due to overuse injuries, such as patellofemoral pain syndrome or runner’s knee.

    Arthritis – Inflammation of the knee joint can cause pain and stiffness, particularly in people with osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis.

    Bursitis or Tendinitis – Inflammation of the fluid-filled sacs (bursae) or tendons that surround the knee can cause knee pain.

    Gout – A type of arthritis caused by the buildup of uric acid crystals in the knee joint.

    Baker’s Cyst – A fluid-filled cyst that can develop behind the knee, causing pain and swelling.

    Fracture – A broken bone in the knee can cause pain and difficulty moving the joint.

    It’s important to seek chronic knee pain treatment, as early diagnosis and treatment can help prevent long-term knee damage and improve outcomes.

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    Knee Pain Physiotherapy Treatment Plan

    At Mind and Movement, we provide personalised knee pain physiotherapy treatment plans for our patients. Our approach includes:

    • Thorough assessment to determine the cause of pain
    • Evidence-based treatment with manual therapy, exercise, and modalities as needed
    • Collaboration with other healthcare professionals for coordinated care
    • Emphasis on self-care and home exercise program
    • Ongoing support and progress re-assessment.

    Our goal is to help our patients manage their knee pain and return to their normal activities.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Q: What type of knee pain can be treated with physiotherapy?

    Physiotherapy can effectively treat a wide range of knee pain conditions, including osteoarthritis, ligament sprains, tendonitis, patellofemoral pain syndrome, and post-operative knee pain.

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    Q: How many physiotherapy sessions will I need?

    The number of sessions required will vary based on the severity of your knee pain and the underlying cause. Your physiotherapist will develop a treatment plan that is tailored to your specific needs and regularly re-assess your progress to determine the appropriate frequency and duration of treatment.

    Q: Is knee pain physiotherapy treatment effective for chronic knee pain?

    Yes, physiotherapy can be very effective in managing chronic knee pain. Our physiotherapists use a combination of manual therapy, exercise, and modalities to help reduce pain, improve range of motion, and increase strength and stability in the knee.

    Q: What should I wear to my physiotherapy session?

    We recommend wearing loose, comfortable clothing that allows you to move freely. It is also helpful to wear shorts or pants that can be easily rolled up to allow your physiotherapist to access and assess your knee.

    Q: Can I return to my normal activities after physiotherapy?

    Yes, one of the goals of chronic knee pain treatment physiotherapy is to help you return to your normal activities as quickly and safely as possible. Your physiotherapist will work with you to develop a progressive exercise program that will gradually increase in intensity as your knee improves.