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Knee & Leg Specialties

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OVERVIEW

Knee pain is not uncommon and can affect people of any age. It can be very challenging and make it difficult for you to get around and do all the activities you enjoy. The knee is a complex joint and pain may occur in the front, back or either side of the knee. The pain may result from a congenital deformity, trauma such as an accident or sports injury, or from wear and tear over the years. If you are experiencing knee pain or knee instability, or if you have swelling, are limping, or cannot move your knee, you should seek the advice of a knee specialist. Our providers are fellowship-trained in conditions and injuries affecting the knee, and the therapeutic knee treatments as well as all types of minor and major knee surgeries.
Arthritis of the knee Torn ACL Torn miniscus Sprained/strained knee PCL injury (hyperextended knee) Osteochondritis Dissecans Broken knee/kneecap fractures

COMMON INJURIES

& CONDITIONS

Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome Osgood-Schlatter Disease Runner's knees Jumper's knees Fractures of the femur, tibia or fibula Baker's cyst Dislocated kneecap
Failed knee replacement Gout Knee locking Iliotibial Band Syndrome Knee inflammation Patellar Tendon Tear Other knee conditions

THERAPEUTIC AND SURGICAL PROCEDURES

Splinting/bracing Injections Anti-inflammatory medication Heat/ice Joint Fluid Aspiration (Arthrocentesis) Activity modification Physical therapy PRP therapy
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ACL or PCL Reconstruction Knee arthroscopy Partial/total knee replacement Knee resurfacing Meniscus transplant Lateral release Tendon repair or transfer Plica removal Subchondroplasty Surgical debridement
ON-SITE
AFTER HOURS ORTHOPEDIC
A drawing of a patient lying on a physical therapy table while a therapist helps him work on his leg exercises.
A drawing of a patient on crutches standing next to a physician with a clipboard
COPYRIGHT © MURPHY WAINER ORTHOPEDIC SPECIALISTS ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. WEB DEVELOPMENT BY A BETTER WEB, INC.

Knee & Leg Specialties

at Murphy Wainer

OVERVIEW

Knee pain is not uncommon and can affect people of any age. It can be very challenging and make it difficult for you to get around and do all the activities you enjoy. The knee is a complex joint and pain may occur in the front, back or either side of the knee. The pain may result from a congenital deformity, trauma such as an accident or sports injury, or from wear and tear over the years. If you are experiencing knee pain or knee instability, or if you have swelling, are limping, or cannot move your knee, you should seek the advice of a knee specialist. Our providers are fellowship-trained in conditions and injuries affecting the knee, and the therapeutic knee treatments as well as all types of minor and major knee surgeries.
Arthritis of the knee Torn ACL Torn miniscus Sprained/strained knee PCL injury (hyperextended knee) Osteochondritis Dissecans Broken knee/kneecap fractures

COMMON INJURIES

& CONDITIONS

Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome Osgood-Schlatter Disease Runner's knees Jumper's knees Fractures of the femur, tibia or fibula Baker's cyst Dislocated kneecap
Failed knee replacement Gout Knee locking Iliotibial Band Syndrome Knee inflammation Patellar Tendon Tear Other knee conditions

THERAPEUTIC AND

SURGICAL PROCEDURES

Splinting/bracing Injections Anti-inflammatory medication Heat/ice Joint Fluid Aspiration (Arthrocentesis) Activity modification Physical therapy PRP therapy
REQUEST AN APPOINTMENT
ACL or PCL Reconstruction Knee arthroscopy Partial/total knee replacement Knee resurfacing Meniscus transplant Lateral release Tendon repair or transfer Plica removal Subchondroplasty Surgical debridement
A young man in jeans and a sweatshirt is sitting on the ground wearing a backpack and holding his knee in pain.
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