Hip & Knees

Physical Therapy for
Hip and Knee

The human hip is the joint where the thigh meets the pelvic bone creating a ball-and-socket joint, making them very stable. Individuals who play sports, run frequently, overuse their hip joint or fall often are prone to hip injuries. The most common of these injuries include strains, bursitis, dislocations, tendonitis and fractures. Knee injuries are subcategorized into three groups – knee ligament injuries, meniscus injury, and kneecap disorders. Kneecap, patella, injuries are sustained in the form of a dislocation, subluxation or chondromalacia. Knee ligament injuries include anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), posterior cruciate ligament (PCL), and medical collateral ligament (MCL). Lastly, a meniscus injury is due to a cartilage tear.

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Identify, Eliminate
and Treat

At Classic Rehabilitation, Inc. our goal is to identify, eliminate and treat a patient’s hip and knee injuries. We want to prevent any further pain, stiffness, instability, locking, and loss of range of motion associated with our patient’s discomforts. Each of our physical therapists is an expert at individualized care for our patients. They work together with the patient to increase their strength, range of motion, balance, flexibility, as well as coordination. Optimizing our modalities to ease our patient’s pain and augment the therapeutic results is the way in which we create the appropriate regimen.

The hip and knee conditions our physical therapists are experienced in include:

  • Hip replacement
  • Knee replacement
  • Knee ligament injuries
  • Patellofemoral syndrome
  • Knee meniscus repair

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