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Knee Pain in Fort Collins, CO

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Find Relief for Knee Pain

Knee pain is a prevalent condition, impacting over 46% of adults at some point in their lives. It is more common in women and tends to increase with age. The knee is a complex joint, and its health is crucial for performing everyday activities like walking, running, and climbing stairs. At Square One Health in Fort Collins, we are dedicated to helping you understand your knee pain and providing effective treatments to get you back to your active lifestyle.
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Living in Fort Collins, we are surrounded by opportunities for outdoor adventures and activities. Our knees play a crucial role in our ability to enjoy these activities. They allow us to run, hike, ski, squat, pick up kids, and walk our dogs. When knee pain strikes, it can significantly impact our quality of life, limiting our ability to do the things we love.

Signs and Conditions

Knee pain can arise from a variety of causes, including but not limited to:

Misalignment of the Knee

When the knee joint is not properly aligned, it can lead to uneven wear and tear, resulting in pain and discomfort. This misalignment can be caused by a variety of factors, including previous injuries, muscle imbalances, and structural abnormalities.

Meniscus Tear

The meniscus is a piece of cartilage in your knee that cushions and stabilizes the joint. A tear in this cartilage can be painful and debilitating, often requiring medical attention to properly heal.

Being Overweight

Carrying extra weight puts additional stress on your knee joints, increasing the risk of knee pain. High BMI is a significant risk factor for knee pain, as the excess weight can lead to degeneration of the knee joint over time.

Repetitive Activities

Engaging in activities that put repetitive stress on the knee joint, such as running or jumping, can lead to knee pain over time. Athletes and individuals with active lifestyles are particularly susceptible to this type of knee pain.

Anatomical Short Leg

A difference in leg length can cause an imbalance, leading to knee pain. This condition can be congenital or acquired through injury.

Chronic Inflammation

Inflammation in the knee joint can lead to pain, swelling, and stiffness. Chronic inflammation can be a result of autoimmune diseases, infections, or long-term exposure to irritants.

Weak Knee Muscles

Weakness in the muscles around the knee can lead to instability and pain. Strengthening these muscles through targeted exercises can help alleviate knee pain and prevent future injuries.

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Treatment Options for Knee Pain

We take a holistic and comprehensive approach to treating knee pain.  Our treatment plans are tailored to address the specific cause of your knee pain, ensuring that you receive the most effective care.

Our treatment options for knee pain include the following:

  • Regenerative Medicine Injections
  • Shockwave Therapy
  • Physical Therapy
  • Knee Decompression
  • Braces to Correct Misalignments
  • Chiropractic Adjustments


What are the common causes of knee pain?

Knee pain can result from misalignment, meniscus tears, being overweight, repetitive activities, anatomical issues, chronic inflammation, and weak knee muscles.

How do you approach knee pain treatment?

We adopt a holistic approach aimed to both provide pain relief and correct the underlying cause of knee pain.  Our treatments included regenerative medicine injections, unloading braces, physical therapy, Hyaluronic Acid injections, shockwave therapy, knee decompression, weight loss, and chiropractic adjustments.

Is knee pain associated with any other conditions?

Yes, knee pain can be associated with conditions such as neuropathy and osteoarthritis.

Can knee pain be treated without surgery?

Yes, we advocate for exhausting conservative methods before considering surgery.

How can I get in touch with your clinic for knee pain treatment?

You can call us at (970) 286-7793 or schedule a consultation online.

What is the impact of knee pain on daily activities?

Knee pain can significantly impact daily activities, making it difficult to engage in activities such as running, hiking, skiing, and even walking.

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