Knee Pain—New Answers for Old Pains
Knees are something that most of us pay little attention to, until they hurt. If you think about it, there’s not much you can do in life that doesn’t involve your knees – sitting, standing, walking, bending, all rely on your knees. Whether your knee pain is due to a recent injury or years of wear and tear, InMotion Pain Solutions’ drug-free, non-invasive therapies promote healing to get your back to doing the things that you enjoy without relying on potentially dangerous medications, or invasive and costly surgery.
NO MATTER THE CAUSE, WE CAN HELP YOUR KNEE PAIN
We are Iowa's Pain Solver
EXCLUSIVE THERAPIES, TRUSTED BY PRO ATHLETES
Our treatment protocols were originally developed to treat pro athletes – people whose livelihood is wholly dependent on their physical condition.
Now everyone has access to the same therapies that relieve pain and promote healing to keep the pros on the field.
ALTERNATIVE TO KNEE SURGERY
Not everyone with knee pain is destined for surgery. In fact, arthroscopic knee surgeries are no longer recommended for some conditions. And while knee replacement surgery is very common, it is not inevitable.
Our new approach to treating knee pain has helped many people in Eastern Iowa avoid knee replacement surgery – even those who were told that they were “bone on bone”.
The key is to address pain early, before the damage is too great. InMotion Pain Solutions’ FDA-cleared, drug-free, non-invasive treatments, including high intensity laser therapy, work to relieve pain and restore motion.
Use of Drugs
Anesthesia, nerve blocks, analgesics, antibiotics, pre- and post-surgery pain killers (including opioids and narcotics)
Highly to minimally invasive
Softens and heals existing scar tissue
Creates more scar tissue
None. Patients go about daily life throughout treatment.
Varies based on type of surgery. For a total knee replacement: 3 months to return to most activities, 6 months to 1 year to fully recover. Arthroscopic surgery recovery time ranges from several weeks to months.
No major risks.
Risks of surgery include infection, heart attack, stroke, kidney failure, pulmonary embolism, and more.
Some pain and soreness can occur during treatment process.
Complications of surgery include pain, stiffness, swelling, restricted range of motion, loss of stability, blood clots, replacement device failure, and more.
Yes, in most cases. Ask your doctor about your specific procedure.
If you are considering knee replacement surgery, read our article Eight Things to Consider Before Joint Replacement Surgery.
If you are experiencing knee pain, don’t wait. The sooner you seek treatment, the more options are available to you. If you want to learn more about our non-invasive knee pain treatments, schedule a no-cost consultation today
COMMON KNEE PAIN CONDITIONS
There are many different types of knee conditions that can be treated at InMotion Pain Solutions.
- Pain after knee surgery or replacement
and many other knee pain conditions