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Common Questions About Knee Pain Relief

Common Questions About Knee Pain Relief

Tens of millions of people suffer from knee pain. Left untreated, knee pain can lead to chronic pain, impaired movement, weight gain, and more. Lynch Chiropractic Center provides several natural and non-invasive therapies to help reduce or eliminate the knee pain of Lexington residents. Here are some of the most common questions about knee pain relief.

Do I Need To Take Pain Medication?

In many cases, you will not need to take any pain medication to treat knee pain. Sometimes, you can reduce or eliminate knee pain with a combination of therapies from a chiropractor along with some simple home exercises.

Can Exercise Reduce Knee Pain? 

Yes. Home exercise will likely be recommended to reinforce chiropractic care. These exercises can be performed at home and require little to no equipment.

How Long Does Chiropractic Therapy for Knee Pain Take? 

Each chiropractic therapy session can last anywhere from 30 to 45 minutes. These sessions can easily be completed during a patient’s lunch hour.

Does Weight Affect Knee Pain? 

Yes. Extra weight on the body can intensify knee pain. One of the most effective ways to reduce knee pain is to reduce one's overall weight.

What Over the Counter Items Can Help Reduce Knee Pain? 

There are a few over-the-counter items that can help reduce knee pain in conjunction with chiropractic care. Here are some of the most effective over-the-counter remedies available for the treatment of knee pain:

  • Hot/cold packs – A hot/cold pack can help expand or contract the muscles around the knee.
  • Knee brace – A knee brace can help provide support around the knee.
  • Pain creams – Pain creams, such as Biofreeze, can help reduce acute knee pain after a long walk, run, or workout.

Chiropractic Knee Pain Relief in Lexington

If you need knee pain relief in the Lexington area, contact Lynch Chiropractic Center today. Our team provides many effective knee pain reduction therapies including everything from in-office sessions to an at-home exercise program. For more information on how our chiropractor treats knee pain or to schedule an appointment, call us at (859) 266-1999.

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Monday
7:45 am - 6:15 pm
Tuesday
7:45 am - 6:15 pm
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7:45 am - 6:15 pm
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7:45 am - 6:15 pm
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