Knee pain can be caused by a variety of factors, including muscle strains, ligament injuries, and osteoarthritis. Other potential causes of knee pain include patellofemoral syndrome, meniscal tears, and patellar tendinitis.
Chiropractic treatment for knee pain may involve spinal adjustments to help align the spine and pelvis, as well as targeted exercises and therapies to strengthen the muscles and improve flexibility in the knee joint. Some chiropractors may also recommend lifestyle changes or other therapies, such as ice or heat therapy, to help manage knee pain. In some cases, chiropractic treatment may involve the use of knee braces or other assistive devices to help support the knee and reduce strain on the joint.