Knee Pain Relief

Don’t Let Knee Pain Keep You Down!

Knee pain can be excruciatingly painful. It has the potential to keep you from doing the things you want to accomplish. In addition, it can hinder your ability to move comfortably. We believe that without the use of hazardous drugs or invasive surgery, our physical therapists can help you find knee pain relief @ Knoxville, TN.

Do you scour the parking lot of the grocery store for a parking spot that is close to the entrance?

Do you ever decline an invitation because you’re worried your knee discomfort will ruin their time with you?

If you’re nodding your head, then you should seek the assistance of Forward Physical Therapy for knee pain relief!

To go back to a healthy, active lifestyle, request an appointment at our Knoxville, TN clinic today!

Reasons for knee pain

There are several reasons for experiencing knee pain! Why you’re experiencing it can be a difficult question to answer.

Your knee is a hinge joint with only forward and backward movement. If your knees are not operating in good form, you should be able to stand, walk, run, and dance with ease. You will not be able to move as freely as you would like if you’re experiencing knee pain.

Knee pain can have many causes, including:

Knee bursitis

Inflammation in the bursae, the small sacs of fluid that cushions the outside of your knee joint, can occur as the result of an injury. Bursitis prevents the tendons and ligaments from gliding smoothly over the joint.

ACL injury

Our thigh bone is connected to our shinbone by four ligaments, one of which is the ACL. People who play sports that demand quick changes in direction are more likely to sustain an ACL injury.

Patellar tendinitis

Tendons are fibrous, thick structures that connect muscles to bones. Tendonitis can develop if they become irritated and inflamed. The patellar tendon goes from the kneecap (patella) to the shinbone, allowing you to kick, run, and jump. Patellar tendinitis is common in runners, skiers, cyclists, and people who participate in jumping sports and activities.


The bones of the knee, particularly the kneecap (patella), can be damaged if you fall or are in a car accident. If you have osteoporosis, a knee fracture might occur simply by taking a step in the wrong direction.

Torn meniscus

Between your shinbone and thighbone is the meniscus, which acts as a shock absorber. This thick, rubbery cartilage may rip if you twist your knee rapidly while bearing weight on it.

Seeing a licensed physical therapist at our Knoxville, TN physical therapy clinic for a thorough evaluation is the best way to determine the true cause of your knee pain. Request an appointment today!

Finding knee pain relief with physical therapy in Knoxville, TN

Knee pain does not have to keep you from doing what you want to accomplish; physical therapy at our Knoxville, TN clinic can make sure of that!

One of our physical therapists will assess your knees for evidence of misalignment or structural damage and evaluate your stance, posture, gait, and range of motion during your first appointment.

You and the physical therapist will work together to enhance overall joint function so you may resume your normal activities with more flexibility and less pain. Exercises to strengthen and stabilize your knees will be given. Our physical therapist may administer treatments to alleviate discomfort and promote the healing of injured tissues.

The physical therapy treatments at Forward Physical Therapy might be able to help you avoid having to undergo costly and painful surgery as well!

Request an appointment today!

Now is the time to take control of your knee pain and keep it from hindering your life any further. You should get started on the path toward long-term pain relief today! Request an appointment at Forward Physical Therapy today to speak with one of our dedicated physical therapists.

Your Next Steps…

  1. Request An Appointment

  2. Receive A Custom Treatment Plan

  3. Work Hard and Progress In Your Recovery

  4. Recover & Enjoy Life Pain-Free!