Knee Pain

Knee pain may be due to:

Knee subluxation

Knee muscle spasm

Torn Knee Ligaments, torn meniscus, Torn Cruciate ligaments

I have treated many torn meniscus problems. I usually can tell when the meniscus is torn without an MRI. However, if the patient can afford it I send them for MRI . The latest patient had a torn  and the studies have verified my initial diagnosis. I recently treated a patient with medial meniscus  torn  in 3 parts. I put him on a treatment program including therapy, exercise, cycling and weight training. He returned to work after a 3 weeks.