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Knee, Leg & Joint

Knee, Leg & Joint

Our knee, leg & joints do a lot for our bodies. Walking, standing, climbing stairs, getting into a car, exercising, kneeling, getting up and down off the floor…all movements that depend on these arts of our bodies.

Overtime, these movements can take a toll on our bodies, and this is especially true if facing conditions such as injury, degenerative disc disease, osteoporosis, or having suffered an accident.

Did you know that knee pain is the number one complaint of all people with chronic disease? From athletes, to both active and sedentary people, and to the senior population, knee, leg, and joint pain can impact us all.

Many conditions can cause knee pain, such as old injuries and arthritis, but chronic pain is typically caused by structural issues in your joints.

Not to be forgotten, is hip pain. As the largest joint in your body, your hip takes a lot of stress while performing everyday movements like walking, climbing stairs, exercising, and more.

Learn more about knee, leg & joint pain, including their causes and symptoms, by clicking the links below. If you are needing a treatment plan for a knee, leg or joint, request an appointment.

About

1 in 4

adults

with arthritis (15 million people) report experiencing severe joint pain related to arthritis. Additionally, nearly half of adults with arthritis have persistent pain.

Degenerative Joint Disease

Our joints absorb significant amounts of our bodies’ weight and are put under strain as we go about our day-to-day activities. Over time, the cartilage in our joints can begin to break down. Treatments can slow degeneration, prevent pain, and keep you moving.

Hip Pain

As the largest joints in your body, your hips take a lot of stress while performing a wide range of movements. Hip pain can make it difficult to get around or to enjoy your daily activities.

Knee Pain

Knee pain can occur whether you are young or old, male or female, sedentary or active. The key to properly handling knee pain is to learn whether you are suffering from pain that will pass in a couple of days or whether you are dealing with a chronic condition or a painful injury that may not heal without help. Clearway’s healthcare professionals can help find the source of your pain and help bring you back to full health.

Plantar Fasciitis

Foot pain can make it hard to stand, walk, or engage in your daily activities. This pain is also not normal; you should not be in pain. At Clearway, we have the expertise to determine the cause of your foot pain and the compassion and skill to resolve it.

Postsurgical Nerve Pain

Some pain after surgery is normal. However, it should only last a short time. Pain that persists for months or even years is a problem that plagues a small number of people who have had some type of surgery. Estimates on the frequency of post-surgical nerve pain vary; some sources say that as many as half of patients of some procedures will experience post-surgical nerve pain. Other sources estimate that between two and three percent of the population will experience it.

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Request an Appointment

Are you ready to alleviate your pain and restore your physical function so you can live your best life – the one you want and deserve? The entire Clearway team is ready to help.

To request an appointment, please click the button below. You will be routed to our Patient Portal, where you can register with us by providing us with some basic information. We will get back as quickly as possible to set up and confirm your appointment day and time. Just below the form, we provide answers to some of the most frequently asked questions, as well.

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