Knee Pain Treatment | AICA TuckerThe knee injury treatment that you receive at our accident injury center is unique in the community for its speed and expert delivery. Our Tucker Car Accident Chiropractors aren’t trying to get you under a knife – goal is to heal you using minimum intervention.

Only about 1 percent of our patients actually require surgery, but when you have an orthopedic surgeon looking at your knee you’ll experience the highest level of care. Our Chiropractors are joint experts and use every means to arrive at a diagnosis and treatment plan.

Inside Your Knee

The bones in your knee are three:

These join with soft tissue to create the joint that bonds your upper and lower legs.

Finally, the tendons connect your muscles to the bones – the top quadriceps are attached with a tendon to the patella, and the shinbone is attached with your patellar tendon.

Knee Injuries

Knowing the structural components of your knees, you’ll better understand the injuries that you may encounter. While the knee is stronger and, in form, simpler than your shoulder, the knee can still be hurt by fracture, sports injuries, accidents and breakdown over time.

Fractures

As the most exposed area of the knee, the patella is prone to fracture, as are the ends of the femur and tibia. Fractures can happen when you fall from a roof, get into a car accident or sports injury.

Dislocation

Dislocation happens when the knee bones are moved from their proper place. There are five kinds:

These are further defined by high and low velocity. A high-velocity dislocation may occur in a fall or a car accident and include bone, tissue, and neurovascular damage. A low-velocity dislocation usually happens during sports injuries and is much less destructive, bringing with it a better prognosis.

Soft Tissue Tears

The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is often hurt when athletes quickly change direction. There is also the posterior cruciate ligament, which is hurt when the knee is bent and struck in the front, such as during a car accident. Collateral ligaments on either side of the knee can be torn, as can the meniscus that pads between the knee bones. The tendons that connect your muscles to the bone can also tear.

Treat Knee Pain At AICA Tucker

Our Tucker Car Accident Chiropractors are experts in diagnosing and treating your knee pain and injury. We always opt for non-surgical measures when appropriate, and our experienced sports injury Chiropractors use our in-house open MRI machines and CT scanners to find your best plan for treatment.

This includes stabilizing the joint and helping you undertake physical therapy targeted to heal the unique pain that is in your knee. If you’ve already had surgery you can also do your physical therapy and rehabilitation with AICA Tucker. Dial (404) 592-1186 to learn more about your treatment options and how our Chiropractors can help.

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