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Hip and knee Pain Relief in Calgary

Don’t let your Hip and knee Pain continue any longer. Book an appointment with Caring Hands Physiotherapy for Hip and knee Pain Relief in Calgary today.

Hip and knee Pain Relief in Calgary

It's possible that hip discomfort is caused by an issue with the joint itself. Hip pain, on the other hand, can also start in other places of the body and radiate or transmit discomfort to the hip area. The ligaments, muscles, tendons, bones, joints, and other tissues that surround the hip are included in this category.

On the other hand, Knee pain might be caused by an injury, an infection, or a medical condition like arthritis. Knee pain is treated differently depending on the source and severity of the pain. Following a physical examination and assessment, our orthopedic specialists can provide tailored treatment strategies, including surgery and non-surgical treatments.

What are the types of Hip and knee injuries?

Hip and Knee pain can range from minor to severe due to accidents and sports injuries. Damage to many parts of the bones or soft tissue can induce this type of pain, including:

1. Tendons are the fibrous connective tissue that connects muscle to bone and allows it to move. Tendonitis and jumper's knee are two tendons-related disorders that can result in knee pain.
2. Ligaments are the fibrous tissue that provides support by connecting bones or cartilage. Knee ligament injuries, such as ACL tears, can result in pain in the knee.
3. Cartilage is a rubbery tissue that protects the ends of the leg bones where they meet at the knee joint. Knee pain can range from minor to severe due to meniscus tears and other cartilage problems.

4. Bursae are the fluid-filled sacs that cushion the joint. There are three bursae in the knee that can become inflamed (bursitis). Knee bursitis can produce pain and signify an inflamed knee joint. (It's a rare occurrence.)

Hip & Knee Pain?

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What are the causes of hip pain?

In all cases, inflammation is a major cause for hip pain. Pain is a symptom, along with redness, swelling, and a warm sensation. Any illness or disease originating in the hip region can become a source of pain.


When should you see a doctor for knee pain?

Knee pain symptoms vary from person to person and can alter over time. Knee discomfort can last for a long time or come and go. You can feel stiffness instead of pain in the back of your knees.
If you experience any of these symptoms, it’s important to see a therapist to prevent further injury:


What should I expect at Hip and Knee Physio?

Your doctor will undertake a physical exam during your appointment to assess your knee mobility and determine the source of your hip or knee pain. Your physiotherapist may conduct tests to obtain more information and confirm a diagnosis.


Do I need a referral?

A medical referral is not required to see physiotherapist to treat hip and knee pain.


Hip and Knee pain can affect people of all ages. There are a number of factors that can raise your risk, including, sedentary lifestyle, obesity, shoes that are too big or too little, previous knee injury history, exercising without adequately warming up etc. 

Get a free injury assessment at Caring Hands Physiotherapy today!
We locate the root of the discomfort and provide tailored treatment options.

Hip and knee Pain - Service Offered


Beddington NW

open: Mon - Thu 8:30 am - 7:30 pm

open: Fri 8:30 am - 5:30 pm, Sat 9:00 am - 2:00pm

closed: Sun & Stat

Country Hills Landing NW

open: Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 8:00 pm

open: Sat 9:00 am - 2:00pm

closed: Sun & Stat

Falconridge NE

open: Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 8:00 pm

open: Sat 9:00 am - 3:00pm

closed: Sun & Stat