Knee Decompression


Our comprehensive treatment programme stands as a distinctive and highly effective approach in addressing spine-related ailments by targeting the root causes of these conditions. What sets our treatment apart is its ability to alleviate pain and discomfort while directly addressing the underlying issues that give rise to spinal problems. Unlike conventional methods that may offer temporary relief, our comprehensive program focuses on resolving the fundamental sources of pain and dysfunction, leading to long-lasting results. Moreover, with a combination of complementary therapies, such as physical rehabilitation and chiropractic care, the effectiveness of our treatment program is further enhanced, offering patients a comprehensive and synergistic approach to achieving optimal spinal health. In this paradigm, patients can find not just relief from their symptoms, but a pathway to lasting recovery and improved quality of life. 

Knee Decompression is a non-invasive knee pain therapy that offers a revolutionary solution for those that live with chronic knee pain. It works by isolating the knee and offering safe and effective decompression to decrease pain by Decreasing Inflammation, Allowing re-hydration, Increasing range of motion and Speeding up the healing process

By using a gentle method, we separate the joint space between the bottom of the femur (thigh bone) and the top of the tibia (shin bone). This causes a vacuum effect inside the knee joint, which brings more nutrient-rich fluid to the area.  

The device will also stretch the adhesions (scar tissue) within the tendons, ligaments, and other soft tissue around the joint. The combined effect can possibly help re-establish some of the natural joint space and cushioning in the knee.

Current research has proven that decompression therapy will decrease or resolve pain, increase normal function and joint motion, and promote soft tissue healing.

Electrical stimulation, specifically interferential current therapy (IFC), is used as our treatment modality to alleviate knee pain. Interferential current therapy (IFC) is a type of electrical stimulation that uses two or more electrical currents that intersect or interfere with each other.  During the treatment, mild pulses of electrical current are delivered to the area affected by pain with the use of sticky pads. It works by reducing pain perception through the release of natural painkillers (endorphins), improving blood circulation, relaxing muscles, reducing swelling, promoting tissue repair, increasing range of motion, and aiding in neuromuscular reeducation.

Cold Laser

Cold laser therapy is a non-invasive treatment that utilises low-intensity lasers or LEDs to target specific tissues in the body. It is used in treating knee pain by employing several mechanisms. Firstly, it reduces pain by stimulating the release of endorphins, the body’s natural pain-relieving chemicals, while also decreasing inflammation in the knee joint and surrounding tissues. Additionally, cold laser therapy supports tissue healing and repair by stimulating cellular activity and promoting the production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP), which is crucial for cellular energy and the healing process. Furthermore, it enhances blood circulation to the treated area, delivering essential oxygen and nutrients to aid in tissue recovery.

Vibration Therapy

Vibration therapy, often referred to as whole-body vibration or local vibration therapy, offers multifaceted benefits for knee pain treatment. By utilising controlled mechanical vibrations, it triggers various physiological responses in the body.This is achieved by stimulating the release of endorphins, the body’s natural painkillers, which reduces the perception of knee pain. Also, vibration therapy enhances blood circulation in the knee joint, leading to improved oxygen and nutrient delivery to the area, aiding in tissue repair and reducing inflammation. Additionally, the vibrations can help relax and relieve muscle tension around the knee, offering relief from muscle tightness or spasms. This therapy can also improve proprioception and neuromuscular control, enhancing joint stability and reducing the risk of further injury. Moreover, regular use of vibration therapy improves the range of motion in the knee by reducing pain and muscle tightness, allowing for better mobility. It also engages and strengthens the muscles around the knee, which is particularly beneficial for rehabilitation after knee injuries or surgeries and assists in reducing knee swelling by promoting the movement of excess fluid and facilitating lymphatic drainage.

Active Rehabilitation Program

Active rehabilitation plays a vital role in knee pain treatment by focusing on targeted exercises and therapeutic activities to improve knee strength, flexibility, and function. It helps reduce pain by addressing muscular imbalances and improving joint stability, ultimately enhancing overall knee health. Through structured exercise programs, individuals can regain proper biomechanics, increase range of motion, and build muscle support around the knee, which is particularly crucial for managing conditions like osteoarthritis or recovering from knee injuries or surgeries. Active rehabilitation not only alleviates pain but also promotes long-term knee health and prevents future issues, making it an integral part of comprehensive knee pain management strategies.

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