Are you constantly searching for a parking space near the entrance to the grocery store
because of knee pain? Do you avoid stairs and turn down activities because of knee
pain? SOLACE PHYSIOTHERAPY CLINIC can provide you with knee pain relief if you
nod your head.
The discomfort of knee pain can prevent you from accomplishing your goals and living
your life to the fullest.
We can help you find knee pain relief without drugs or invasive surgery with our
SOLACE PHYSIOTHERAPY CLINIC
Knee pain can be caused by a variety of factors, including:
Anterior Cruciate Ligament ACL injury
We have four ligaments connecting our femur to our tibia, including the anterior cruciate
ligament (ACL). People who play sports such as football and skiing that require quick changes
in direction are more likely to suffer an injury to the ACL.
The patellar tendon connects the patella (kneecap) with the tibia (shin bone), allowing you to
kick, run, and jump. Tendinitis occurs when the tendons become inflamed and irritated. There
are many sports and activities that can lead to patellar tendinitis, including running, skiing, cycling, and jumping.
Knee bursitis or plica syndrome
A traumatic injury can cause inflammation, which is a fold of tissue around your knee cap.
Running, riding a bike, using the stair machine, or performing any repetitive exercise involving
the knees can lead to this injury.
Your knee pain can be properly diagnosed by a licensed physiotherapist at our SOLACE PHYSIOTHERAPY CLINIC
Poor body alignment can cause the knee cap to deviate from its normal centered track, resulting
in bone surfaces rubbing against each other. This causes wear and tear of the cartilage leading
to painful symptoms that are worsened by activities such as stair climbing, squats, lunges, and
long periods of sitting.
No matter what the cause of your knee pain may be, the physiotherapists at
SOLACE PHYSIOTHERAPY CLINIC are here to help you find the relief you deserve.
Knee Pain Relief in SOLACE PHYSIOTHERAPY CLINIC
Your therapist will suggest exercises to strengthen your knees. Our physiotherapist may
use treatments to balance out all the forces in your body.
SOLACE PHYSIOTHERAPY CLINIC also provides pre- and post-operative
rehabilitation for ACL reconstruction, meniscus repair, knee arthroscopy and
debridement, and total knee replacement.
Are you suffering from sacroiliac (SI) joint dysfunction? This disorder is ordinarily
identified by localized pain at the joint between the base of your spine and buttocks. As
a diagnosis for SI dysfunction, it means that the connections between your sacrum and
pelvis are misaligned. The ache from this condition can radiate to your lower back,
buttocks, and/or legs; a term known as sacroiliitis which refers to inflammation in these
You have a small triangular bone in the back of your spine called the sacrum. The
sacrum is connected to the pelvic bone at the sacroiliac joints on both the left and right
They are primarily used as shock absorbers, transferring forces from the legs to the
spine and vice versa. Due to their main function, they can only move a small amount.
However, sometimes the sacroiliac joints move too much or too little and become
skewed, resulting in SI dysfunction.
Sacroiliac joint hypermobility can be caused by a number of factors, including injury to
the ligaments or pregnancy. This can cause issues with movement and bone protection
When SI Dysfunction manifests locally in that region (with possible spread to the back
and legs), it tends to get worse when you stand up from sitting, bend, turn, get in and
out of bed/the car, or roll in bed. Leg muscles such as the hamstrings can also
aggravate this condition.
At our clinic, you will receive hands-on care from the best physiotherapists in
Vancouver. They will determine if the original cause of the problem started in the sacroiliac joint region or elsewhere. Our physiotherapist will begin your initial session by.
conducting a thorough physical exam (alignment and movement), in order to provide the
correct diagnosis for your pain. Treatment will aim to restore normal mobility and
motion to the sacro-iliac joints by balancing out forces around the lower back, pelvis,
Your pain will be managed and relieved by an individualized treatment plan that
combines muscle energy techniques, active and passive treatments. As part of the
treatment, the primary restrictions contributing to the pain are released and core
muscles are activated to restore equilibrium.