Knee pain can either be acute, caused by a sudden injury, or chronic, where it has been a long-term issue. Your first port of call in determining the treatment required is your physiotherapist.

Conditions we treat:

  • Meniscus tears
  • ACL rupture
  • Patellofemoral pain
  • Patella dislocations
  • Knee osteoarthritis
  • Postoperative rehabilitation after knee arthroscopies or a total knee replacement

During your initial treatment session, you will receive hands-on treatment to reduce your knee pain and guidance on how to safely return to your normal activities.

At Your Physio Advantage, we have expert knowledge in musculoskeletal, sports and exercise physiotherapy services and can tailor a treatment program to reduce your knee pain and get you moving freely again.

Physiotherapy can reduce knee pain
that occurs while walking, squatting,
or going up and down stairs.

The severity and location of the injury
will dictate how long or intense
rehabilitation will need to be

Knee injuries are very effectively
managed with the help of

“Whatever gets you moving and out of your head is good for you.”

Marty Rubin


What will a physiotherapist do for knee pain?

A physiotherapist can provide many treatments, which include manual therapy (massage/joint mobilisations), bracing, taping, stretching, dry needling.

Does physio help knee tendinopathy?

Knee tendinopathy also known as knee tendonitis can be treated through proper physical therapy and exercise.  Generally, it is extremely rare that people will require surgery.

How long should knee pain last?

The recovery time for knee pain depends on the type and severity of the injury. Muscle and soft tissue related injuries take approximately 4-6 weeks to recover. Knee pain involving the joint / bone can take up to 3 months for the pain to subside.