For some people, knee pain goes away on its own. For others, medication or physical therapy may provide relief. If the treatments you’ve tried so far haven’t worked, don’t get discouraged. Beaumont’s experts will help you decide
the next steps to relieve your pain and increase your mobility.
What conditions can cause knee pain?
Knee pain can be caused by injuries or chronic conditions, though sometimes the cause of knee pain can’t be found. Knee problems can affect anyone at any age. The causes of knee pain range from injury to mechanical problems to arthritis and other chronic conditions. Learn more about Common Chronic Knee Conditions.
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Joint Pain 101
Get knee pain answers now from Beaumont experts. Joint Pain 101 programs help you learn about surgical and non-surgical options to relieve pain.
Roughly half of Americans wait until a pain level of 7 out of 10 or more before seeking treatment for chronic knee pain. You don’t have to wait for relief. Talk to your primary care physician about prescription for a knee pain assessment.
Is it time to see an orthopedic surgeon about your knee pain?
Our orthopedic knee surgeons care for patients with a full range of disabling knee joint disorders. From the latest knee replacement techniques to regrowing your own knee cartilage, we have whatever you need to relieve your knee pain.
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