Knee Pain - Eastside Spine

Knee Pain

Relief from Knee Pain at Eastside Spine & Injury

Daily activities like grocery shopping, climbing stairs, or getting out of bed can become challenging when knee pain strikes. At Eastside Spine & Injury in Kirkland, we offer chiropractic care as a safe and effective alternative to manage knee pain without relying on potentially harmful medications.

Knee pain can stem from various factors, making it essential to identify and treat the underlying causes rather than merely addressing the symptoms. Common contributors to knee pain include injuries (such as ACL tear or torn meniscus), mechanical issues, biomechanical problems (like leg length discrepancies or flat feet), excess weight, arthritis, lack of flexibility, and repetitive use injuries from sports or daily activities.

How Chiropractors Can Help

Our approach at the Kirkland office involves a comprehensive assessment of the causes of your symptoms. Through physical inspections and a thorough review of your medical history, we aim to pinpoint when your symptoms began and explore potential connections with other areas of the body, such as the lower back and hips.

Once the root cause is identified, our chiropractors tailor a personalized plan to address your specific needs. Treatment options may include ice application to reduce inflammation, soft tissue massage to enhance knee mobility, and chiropractic manipulation to address joint restrictions and improve overall function.

When to Seek Help

Upon noticing knee pain, reaching out to our chiropractors can be a proactive step in understanding the most suitable interventions. Whether recommending ice or heat application, spinal adjustments, or changes in footwear, our chiropractors are dedicated to helping you regain pain-free mobility. Give us a call today at (425) 821-4600 to initiate your journey towards a life without knee pain.

Monday: 10am – 12pm, 3pm – 6:30pm
Tuesday: 3pm – 6:30pm
Wednesday: 10am – 12pm, 3pm – 6:30pm
Thursday: 10am – 12pm, 3pm – 6:30pm
Friday: Closed