Welcome to West Omaha Chiropractic & Sports Injury Clinic. We specialize in the treatment of sports injuries, such as knee injuries caused by trauma or repetitive use. Our team of chiropractors—Dr. Julie Owen-Wagner, Dr. Ron Evans, and Dr. Trevor Wagner—are ready to assist you with your knee injury treatment. Learn more about what you can look forward to when selecting one of our chiropractors for your knee injuries.
What Are the Most Common Knee Injuries Treated by a Chiropractor?
Here at West Omaha Chiropractic & Sports Injury Clinic, we treat all types of knee injuries. If you have knee pain from overuse or overstretching your knee joint and ligaments, we offer pain relief. In addition, we work with patients who have minimal torn meniscis, knee ligament tears, or muscle tendon damage. Subluxated knee caps, and ACL injuries are also common among patients we treat at our office.
What Kind of Chiropractic Treatments Are Used for Knee Injuries?
To resolve your knee pain without the use of drugs or surgery, we focus on holistic, chiropractic methods. We can use massage therapy, acupuncture, K-laser, physiotherapy, and chiropractic adjustments to help reduce inflammation and improve alignment in your knee. From there, we can better reduce your pain by improving the circulation and healing in the knee. This way, you can recover from your knee injury more efficiently without having to depend on painkillers to mask the pain.
We use chiropractic adjustments to realign your spine and musculoskeletal system. From there, we are able to remove any pressure on nerves leading to knee pain or a loss of mobility. Redirecting pain signals and improving gait and alignment.
Visit Our Chiropractor in Omaha for Knee Injuries
Take control of your knee pain with treatment for your knee injuries from one of our skilled chiropractors. Contact West Omaha Chiropractic & Sports Injury Clinic at (402) 334-4700 to schedule an appointment.
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