Knee Pain Specialist

iMed Regeneration Center -  - Integrative Medical Clinic

iMed Regeneration Center

Integrative Medical Clinics & Chiropractic located in Colorado Springs, CO

Knee pain is often the result of wear-and-tear that leads to osteoarthritis — a degenerative condition that causes pain in the affected joint. At iMed Regeneration Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado, Jason Keller, DC, takes a comprehensive approach to treating your knee pain. Dr. Keller, DC, and the team at iMed Regeneration Center offer nonsurgical treatment methods, including regenerative medicine like platelet-rich plasma injections. Find out what’s causing your knee pain and learn about cutting-edge treatments that deliver long-term pain relief. Schedule a consultation by phone or online to get effective solutions for your knee pain.

Knee Pain Q & A

What causes knee pain?

Injuries and chronic conditions can lead to knee pain for people of all ages. One of the most common causes of knee pain is osteoarthritis — a wear-and-tear disease that occurs when the cartilage around your knee joint wears away with overuse and as a result of getting older. 

As the cartilage wears away, there’s less shock absorption around your knee joint. This causes pain and inflammation and may make it difficult to walk up stairs without extreme discomfort. Other causes of knee pain include:

  • Knee bursitis 
  • A dislocated kneecap
  • A loose piece of cartilage or bone in your knee
  • Sports injuries
  • Torn meniscus
  • Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries
  • Tendinitis 

Gout and rheumatoid arthritis may also cause chronic knee pain, and being overweight adds stress on your knee joints, as well. 

When should I be concerned about knee pain and symptoms?

When knee pain symptoms begin to keep you from living your best life, or being as active as you’d like, it’s time to seek treatment. Dr. Keller, DC, evaluates your symptoms, your knee joint, and the surrounding muscles and ligaments so he can recommend an effective treatment plan. These are some of the symptoms you shouldn’t ignore:

  • Reduced range of motion or the inability to fully extend your knee 
  • Inability to put weight on your knee
  • Swelling and stiffness around the joint
  • Grinding or popping sounds and sensations when you walk
  • Severe knee pain that doesn’t get better after an injury
  • A deformity in the appearance of your knee

If you’re in an auto accident or suffer a traumatic injury, seek medical treatment for knee pain right away. 

What knee pain treatments do you offer?

As an integrated medical, chiropractic, and regenerative medicine center, the doctors at iMed Regeneration Center are able to offer a variety of nonsurgical treatment options for your knee pain. They focus on diagnosing and treating the underlying cause of your knee pain, and customize your treatments accordingly. As a result, you get long-term relief. 

Your treatment plan may include any of the following therapies and methods:

  • Rest and ice
  • Compression wraps
  • Weight loss
  • Physical rehabilitation
  • Chiropractic care 

Schedule an appointment online today, or call the friendly office staff to learn more.