Knee Injuries

Osteopaths often encounter patients with knee pain. Commonly it will be their primary complaint and they have not been to see any other practitioner so accurate diagnosis is essential. Along with examination of your knees we will examine your hip, low back and foot mechanics to determine referred pain patterns and contributory and maintaining factors. Most importantly, having the knowledge when further tests such as x-rays, scans and referral to specialist knee surgeon are required.

Knee pain can be a source of significant disability, restricting the ability to work, exercise or perform activities of daily living. At the Rugby Osteopathic Centre we feel that getting an accurate diagnosis and a carefully constructed treatment and rehabilitation plan is vital.

Treatment will depend on the specific diagnosis and will include:

  • Treatment to improve biomechanics
  • Rehabilitation exercise programme

We have a qualified Podiatrist in our team at the Rugby Osteopathic Centre. Mitesh Mistry, Podiatrist BSc (Hons), MChS, specialises in biomechanics in addition to routine podiatry. We feel that we can offer our patients professional care combining the knowledge and experience from the specialists.

In a small number of cases we need to obtain the opinion of a surgeon. We have had good feedback from patients of a specialist knee surgeon in our area and recommend Tim Spalding.

For any health problems you may be experiencing, or to find out more, please do not hesitate to contact our professional team - we are here to help you.



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Rugby Osteopathic Centre, 69 Albert Street, Rugby
Warwickshire, CV21 2SN, Tel: 01788 560646, Fax:01788 571318
Email: reception@rugbyosteopaths.co.uk

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