Your knee currently hurts and you are looking for the best solution. Of course, you don’t want surgery and you probably don’t need it. Creating strong and flexible muscles is often the best way to keep your knees healthy and get rid of knee pain.
This week the 2016 U.S. Open Tennis Grand Slam began. Heavy favorites on the men's side if Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams on the women's side. Many tennis players suffer knee injuries due to the constant side to side movement.
Knee injuries and arthritis are pain and the knee cannot fully repair on it’s own. While letting your knee heal naturally from a traumatic injury, it is possible to develop life-long symptoms. At Cross Bay Physical Therapy, we guide your knee’s recovery to both avoid and minimize these symptoms.
After a knee injury, physical therapy is a crucial part of the recovery process. At Cross Bay Physical Therapy, we work closely with our patients creating an individualized treatment plan for each patient so that he or she can significantly decrease pain and improve mobility in the shortest period of time.