Knee Osteoarthritis or Knee Pain Treatment in Frisco, Denton, and Plano, TX
Knee osteoarthritis or wear-and-tear arthritis of the knee, is one of the most common conditions leading to knee pain. No other causes include meniscal injury, ligament injury such as collateral ligament injury, ACL injury, or PCL injury. Chondromalacia or softening of the cartilage, can also lead to knee pain. At Pain Specialists of Frisco, we provide innovative approaches for managing these conditions in addition to treatment measures. We offer regenerative options, including PRP and bone marrow concentrate injections, which contain stem cells. For more information, contact us or book an appointment online. We have convenient locations in Frisco, TX and Denton, TX.
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Knee pain can be a debilitating condition that affects your daily life. Whether it’s caused by an injury, overuse, or underlying medical conditions, finding the right treatment is crucial in managing and alleviating knee pain. At Pain Specialists of Frisco, we understand the impact knee pain can have on your overall well-being. That’s why we offer personalized and comprehensive knee pain treatment in Frisco, TX to address your unique needs.
Knee osteoarthritis or wear-and-tear arthritis of the knee is one of the most common condition leading to knee pain. No other causes include Sports injuries including meniscal injury, ligament injury such as collateral ligament injury or ACL injury or PCL injury. Chondromalacia or softening of the cartilage can also lead to knee pain. Bursitis around the knee can also cause significant knee pain. Including housemaid’s knee Or Clergyman’s knee. Pes Anserine Bursitis or Shin splints or stress fractures can cause upper shin pain near knee. Systemic conditions including rheumatoid arthritis, gout and pseudogout or even septic arthritis can cause knee pain. Iliotibial band syndrome or patellofemoral arthritis can cause knee pain
Symptoms of serious knee pain can vary depending on the cause, but they generally include persistent discomfort, swelling, stiffness, or difficulty in bending or straightening the knee. You might experience a sharp, shooting pain, a dull ache, or a burning sensation. Some people report feeling as if their knee is unstable or “giving way” under them. Other red flags include pronounced swelling, inability to bear weight on the affected leg, or notable deformity of the knee joint. If you have severe knee pain accompanied by these symptoms, it’s important to seek prompt medical attention.
We are experts in Non Surgical Management of Knee pain, especially Osteoarthritis of Knee. We are a Regenexx Affiliate clinic and provide cutting edge Regenerative Medicine options in addition to traditional measures.
Second opinion: If you have been advised knee arthroplasty or replacement, since you are bone-on-bone please contact us for a second opinion.
To address knee pain, we provide a variety of non-invasive therapies that have shown great success. These include medication management, where our experienced doctors prescribe targeted medications to manage pain and inflammation. We also offer physical therapy sessions that focus on strengthening the knee and improving flexibility. Additionally, our team guides you through targeted exercises that help alleviate discomfort and promote healing.
For more severe cases, we offer minimally invasive procedures that are designed to provide maximum relief with minimal downtime. Our skilled specialists perform these procedures with precision, ensuring your safety and comfort throughout the process.
We understand that living with knee pain can be challenging, and we are here to support you in your journey towards a pain-free life. If you’re grappling with knee pain and seeking effective solutions, we encourage you to contact us or conveniently book an appointment online to discuss your treatment options.
Do you have persistent knee pain and require appropriate treatment? Dr. Mahesh Mohan MD, our board-certified pain expert at Pain Specialists of Frisco, can assist with getting relief from your knee discomfort. For more information, contact us or book an appointment online. We are conveniently located at 13052 Dallas Pkwy, Ste 220. Frisco, TX 75033. We serve patients from Frisco TX, Denton TX, McKinney TX, Plano TX, Carrollton TX, Flower Mound TX, Lewisville TX, Allen TX, Aubrey TX, and surrounding areas.
People of all ages have suffer knee discomfort due to accidents, torn ligaments, arthritis, swelling, and stiffness in the knee muscles. To learn more about the treatment of knee pain at Pain Specialists of Frisco, contact us or schedule an appointment online. We are located in Frisco, TX, and Denton, TX. We Serve patients from Frisco TX, Denton TX, McKinney TX, Flower Mound TX, Lewisville TX, Plano TX, Carrollton TX, Allen TX, Aubrey TX, and surrounding areas.
The knee is one of the most common joints to get injured in sports and, and the commonest site of osteoarthritis.
Injuries could be a contusion of the cartilage, Sprained ligaments or Strained muscles, meniscus injuries, medial collateral ligament injuries, lateral collateral ligament injuries, ACL or PCL injuries, quadriceps tendon or Patellar tendon injuries. Tendinitis and bursitis are also common cause of knee pain. Iliotibial band syndrome and patella femoral syndrome can cause significant pain.
Injuries to medial plica can also cause sharp pain.
Muscles including quadriceps femoris or its components including vastus medialis, lateralis or intermedius or Rectus femoris could be injured.
Contusion of or tear of the meniscus may lead to knee locking or clicking. This could affect range of movement as well.
Regenerative medicine offers an excellent way of treating these injuries without injecting chemicals which could degrade the cartilage.
PRP based or bone marrow concentrate could be used to speed up healing in these injuries. Please see the Regenexx page for details.