Knee Specialist Atlanta

Over one-third of Americans report suffering from some type of knee pain. It is one of the most common complaints among Americans today and a top reason many people schedule a visit to a knee doctor. Injuries to the knees are painful and will affect your daily life as we use our knees for almost everything from sitting and standing to walking and running. The good news is that knee pain is very treatable. The knee joint bears more weight than any other joint, which is why it often experiences injuries and wear and tear more than other areas of the body. For some, years of physical activity and normal, everyday use can cause wear and tear on the knee over time. Slowly, problems may begin to develop and persistent pain becomes a part of daily life. For others, a specific injury such as a sports injury or a car accident is the cause of knee pain. If you are experiencing knee pain of any kind, the knee specialists at AICA Orthopedics can help. With our vast knowledge and years of experience treating all types of knee injuries, our knee doctors can diagnose knee problems and offer treatment plans aimed at treating your specific type of knee pain. Contact AICA Orthopedics to experience relief from chronic knee pain and get back to enjoying all the activities you love.

Causes of Knee Pain

Three bones, the tibia, femur, and patella, meet to form the knee joint. Cartilage between these bones keeps these bones from painfully rubbing against one another. Over time, degeneration of knee cartilage can occur, leading to knee pain.

Arthritis in the knee is a common degenerative disease that brings about knee pain. Strains or tears in the ligaments or tendons of the knee can also lead to significant discomfort. Collateral ligaments on the side of the knee control the sideways motion of the leg while the cruciate ligaments control the back-and-forth movement of the knee joint. Any damage to these ligaments will cause pain in that area of the knee.

Other common knee injuries are fractures, dislocations, and inflammation of the knee, all of which need to be treated appropriately to bring about effective healing and long-term pain relief. There are certain factors to consider that make some more prone to knee pain and injuries than others.

  • Poor muscle tone due to an inactive lifestyle could cause weakness of the knee, making it more susceptible to injury.
  • Wearing improper shoes can also damage your knees.
  • Participating in activities without properly warming up and stretching out can lead to a higher risk of knee injury.

If you have a previous history of a knee injury, you could be more prone to re-injuring your knee, especially if your injury wasn’t treated properly and didn’t heal as it should. Whatever the cause of your knee pain, there is a solution. The knee specialists at AICA Orthopedics has helped many patients find relief. Don’t live in pain any longer. Find out what our knee doctors can do for you.

Diagnosing Knee Pain

If you’re suffering from knee pain, it’s important that you’re seen by an knee doctor as soon as possible for a proper diagnosis. An accurate diagnosis from a doctor for knee pain will ensure you get the appropriate treatment so you can experience complete healing. Diagnosing knee pain begins with taking images of the knee to get a clear picture of the problem.

At AICA Orthopedics, our specialists use the latest in medical imaging and advanced technology to provide an exact diagnosis for your knee pain. X-ray technology can pinpoint any damage to the bone or areas surrounding the knee joints. MRI scans are also utilized for a detailed look at muscles, ligaments, and tissue.

Knee doctors will also ask specific questions such as what type of pain you are feeling, the specific location in your knee you are experiencing pain, and what type of trauma or problem caused your knee pain. Be sure to provide accurate feedback so our knee specialists can make an accurate diagnosis. Once our knee specialists have a picture of your injury, we can move forward with care for a full recovery.



Your doctor will probably prefer to see an MRI scan of your knee and the surrounding tissue to see if you have any torn, strained, or sprained soft tissue that needs to be treated.


Next, you will likely be assessed with an X-Ray to determine if the bones that form the knee joint are intact and functioning properly. If not, orthopedic or surgical care can be taken.


Treating Knee Pain

There are several knee pain treatment options, depending upon what type of knee injury you suffer from. Our experience, knowledge, and expertise allow us to customize an effective treatment plan that focuses on addressing your specific knee pain. Our team of Atlanta knee specialists, physical therapists and chiropractors collaborate to create a comprehensive treatment plan that will bring you relief and healing. Physical therapists work in conjunction with orthopedic specialists to strengthen the knee for stronger support. Chiropractors can apply chiropractic manipulation to improve the range of motion and free up restricted areas in the knees.

Noninvasive procedures such as hot and cold therapy, arthrocentesis to remove fluid from around the knee, or knee injections can alleviate pain without the necessity of surgery. Anti-inflammatory medications can reduce inflammation and swelling that may be the source of knee pain. With a team of specialists on your side working towards the same goal of providing healing for your injury, you are sure to receive the very best in care for a fast and full recovery. When medically necessary, our team of orthopedic surgeons can provide surgical treatments you need, including:

For relief from knee pain, turn to the best knee specialists in Atlanta at AICA Orthopedics.

Quality Care at AICA

Our highly trained knee specialists are prepared to diagnose and treat knee pain of various types. If you have struggled with a knee injury or chronic knee pain that is holding you back, get the help you need to live your life to the fullest once again. Take the next steps to experience recovery and find relief for your knee pain. Contact us today to schedule an appointment with our exceptional knee doctors. Let us provide treatment to deal with your troublesome knee injuries as quickly and as safely as possible.

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