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Your knee is one of the biggest and most complex joints in your body. It connects your thigh and shin bones, allowing for rotation and movement in your legs.

It is often referred to as the joint stuck in the middle with nowhere to go. Being stuck between the hip and the foot poses a problem for the knee, that being when either of those two joints stop working properly it is the knee that suffers the full load.

It is the knee that must twist or move sideways and for a joint that works like a door hinge, which causes problems. At Point Cook Physical, we offer a number of highly-targeted, bespoke knee pain treatment options so you can move and feel better today.

Nobody Needs Knee Pain In Their Life

When our foot strikes the ground our ankle bends. Some people, probably most, have less bending or “dorsiflexion” in our ankles than we should because of all the sitting we do.

That sitting seizes up the ankle, a little. Then as we walk; or run; or throw a ball; the ankle doesn’t bend and the knee once again is asked to bend a little more. And it’s ok doing that but one day when the knee is asked to bend a little bit more and then we have to twist at the same time, BANG!!! We have a knee injury.

The knee is one the most common joints affected by osteoarthritis in the body.

Over time with all that excessive bending in the knee we have repetitive strain. That’s just one small problem, the real problem is that the knee could find itself having to compensate like this for many, many body parts including the hips, the back, the shoulder or even the elbow.

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Your Body Matters


Common Causes of Knee Pain

Chronic knee pain is usually attributed to multiple causes or conditions and it rarely heals without professional treatment.

Some common conditions which cause chronic knee pain are:

• Osteoarthritis
• Tendinitis
• Bursitis
• Rheumatoid arthritis
• Chondromalacia Patella
• Gout
• Baker’s Cyst
• Dislocation
• Meniscus tear
• Torn ligament
• Bone tumors

When To Visit Us

If you are experiencing any one or more of the following, it is advised you contact a member of our Point Cook Physical team in order for your knee pain condition to be treated so that it doesn’t worsen over time. This includes:

• Swelling
• Trouble weight bearing
• Giving way
• Muscle weakness
• Constant aches
• Sharp, shooting pain when in use
• Dull burning discomfort

Its easy and simple to make a booking with one of our qualified knee pain treatment experts. Don’t suffer alone: get help with your knee pain today, as your condition may worsen over time.


Here at Point Cook Physical, we believe in providing a thorough and comprehensive assessment at the start of each new session. Our qualified experts will then develop a safe, bespoke and effective treatment plan that’s specifically tailored to your needs, goals and lifestyle. Knee pain treatment will be specific to the cause and severity of the knee injury, but typically includes:

  • Physical therapy
  • Injections
  • Exercise
  • Weight training
  • Walking aids such as crutches and frames
  • Surgery

Minor knee pain can be treated at home using the RICE Method for up to three days, if pain persists seek medical advice. If you have recently suffered from a sport injury, always consult with a physiotherapist first. For more information on general health and wellbeing or to book an appointment, contact us on (03) 9369 9766.



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