Hip & Knee Pain Relief Huntington Beach, CA

Hip and Knee Pain Relief

Your hips and knees: they’re the largest joints in your body, connecting a large number of muscles, bones, and ligaments. This means much of the daily abuse your body takes can ultimately impact your hips and knees. When these crucial joints begin to show strain, it can become more difficult to move — at least without pain.

For that reason, it’s important to seek medical attention for hip and knee pain as soon as possible. Often, physical therapy can be the key to avoiding surgery or prescription medication altogether or rebounding quickly from those less conservative treatments.

How can we help?

Our highly trained physical therapists provide a comprehensive evaluation including your back, hips, knees, and feet. We will identify if you have any muscle imbalances or structural issues we can help throughout your entire lower kinetic chain that may be contributing to your hip or knee pain. Based on our findings and your history we will collaborate with you to create a custom treatment plan. This may include pain relieving modalities, manual therapy, functional exercises, athletic taping techniques and aquatic physical therapy.

Aquatic physical therapy provides the perfect bridge to land therapy for hip and knee injuries by reducing pain while improving strength and flexibility. In our zero-impact zone, you can enjoy the amazing benefits of warm water exercising in a deep 6 ½ foot area, perfect for all of your lower body aches and pains.

Our physical therapists will make sure your postural alignment improves as well as the function of your entire lower body so you can quickly go back to the activities you love!

Contact Us today at Huntington Beach, CA Center to get expert evaluation and treatment by our highly trained physical therapists!


What causes knee pain?

Your knees are hinge joints that allow for the forward-and-backward motions within the joint.
The knee is one of the largest joints in your body, made up of a complex system of bones, tendons, and ligaments. Because of this, the knee can be easily injured due to overexertion or repetitive motions. Additionally, knee pain can be caused due to an underlying ailment. Some of the most common causes of knee pain are sprains, strains, fractures, tears, dislocation, tendinitis, bursitis, and arthritis.

What can I do to relieve knee pain?

There are some actions you can take on your own to relieve your knee pain, including wearing properly fitted shoes, using hot and cold remedies, stretching, and taking breaks from physical activity when noticing painful flare-ups. However, physical therapy is the best way to find consistent, long-lasting relief for your knee pain. Through manual therapy, strength training, flexibility training, balance training, and pain-specific exercises, physical therapy can get your knees moving comfortably once again.

How do I get rid of knee pain?

Frequently consulting with a physical therapist is the best way to continually manage your knee pain. Having a regular physical therapy checkup ensures that your joints are working at their peak performance. In addition, any problems will be discovered early, preventing the onset of arthritis and joint injury. If you do have arthritis or have had surgery, then a regular physical therapy check-up is especially important, in order to make sure that your knee pain remains at bay.

How do you diagnose knee pain?

Our physical therapists will examine your knee for signs of misalignment or structural damage, in addition to examining your stance, posture, gait, and range of motion. If needed, additional tests (such as x-rays) may be conducted. This will help determine the cause of your knee pain so we can treat it accordingly. After your initial evaluation is complete, your physical therapist will prescribe a physical therapy plan specifically for you, aimed at relieving unnatural stresses and strains, and normalizing your joint function.

We provide relief for various conditions for the following areas:

Huntington Beach, Costa Mesa, Fountain Valley, Garden Grove, Los Alamitos, Fullerton, Newport Beach, Seal Beach, Sunset Beach, Westminster, Irvine, Cypress, Anaheim, Brea, Tustin, Long Beach, Laguna Beach, Aliso Viejo, Laguna Hills, Corona Del Mar, Anaheim Hills, Yorba Linda, Tustin Ranch, Newport Coast, Santa Ana and all of Orange County!