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Knee Pain

Knee injuries are either acute which means they happened suddenly and are acutely painful or they are chronic or overuse knee injuries which have come on gradually over time. An acute knee injury can become chronic if it is not treated properly, likewise a chronic injury can be classed as acute if it flares up or becomes acutely painful.


  1. Swelling & or Bruising
  2. Pain after exercise
  3. Sudden onset of pain
  4. Tingling or numbness
  5. Pain on weight bearing
  6. Pain when trying to straighten or ben the knee fully
  7. Pain on stairs
  8. Pain when standing after a period of sitting
  9. Pain on kneeling
  10. Pain on the outer knee

Getting a Diagnosis for your Knee Pain
If you have tingling, numbness, or pain in your knee, see a doctor. He or she will take your medical history, examine you, and possibly perform tests. These may include X-rays, imaging scans, or blood tests. After the examination the pain management doctors and pain management professionals at CC4PM will clearly explain to you the condition, possible sources of your pain and which pain treatment will help elevate your pain along with possible course of action and next steps.

Our Doctor will help determine the best course of action to help you with your knee pain.

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