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Knee Pain Specialist

Neuropathy and Pain Centers of Texas -  - Primary Care with a Specialty in Neuropathy & Pain Management

Neuropathy and Pain Centers of Texas

Primary Care with a Specialty in Neuropathy & Pain Management located in Fort Worth, TX & Arlington, TX

Maybe it’s an old football injury, or perhaps it happened when you slipped on the ice after work, but knee pain can lead to mobility issues that stop you from doing the things you love. At Neuropathy and Pain Centers of Texas, the team of pain management specialists can treat your knee pain without surgery. To learn more about the innovative treatments available, book your initial consultation. There are four offices in Fort Worth, Arlington, Waco, and Wichita Falls, Texas, so call the one nearest you or reach out online today.

Knee Pain Q & A

What causes knee pain?

Your knee consists of a joint, as well as the muscles, bones, and ligaments that meet there. When you have knee pain, it can occur in any of those structures. While many things can lead to pain in your knee, some of the most common conditions responsible for knee pain include:

  • Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries
  • Dislocation
  • Bursitis or tendinitis
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Osteomyelitis
  • Sprains and strains
  • Torn meniscus

An evaluation with your provider at Neuropathy and Pain Centers of Texas can help determine the exact cause of your knee pain.

When should you see a doctor about knee pain?

While some knee pain may come and go with just rest, it can indicate a more significant problem and require medical intervention.


The Neuropathy and Pain Centers of Texas team recommend treating acute knee pain with a self-care RICE treatment, including rest, ice, compression, and elevation. If your knee pain worsens or doesn’t improve after a week, you should contact your pain management specialist immediately.


You should schedule an appointment if your knee pain is accompanied by significant swelling, redness, or warmth around the joint. Also, you should schedule an appointment if you have significant pain or a fever.

If any of the following occurs, seek immediate medical attention:

  • Your knee looks deformed
  • A popping noise occurs when you hurt your knee
  • You can’t bear weight on the joint
  • You experience intense pain
  • Your knee swells suddenly

The sooner you come in for an evaluation after noticing these symptoms, the better your chances of regaining the full functioning of your knee.

What can knee therapy help knee pain? 

Knee therapy is a noninvasive, nonsurgical approach to treating knee problems. It's one of many therapies Neuropathy and Pain Centers of Texas uses to provide relief for patients.


The team has extensive experience delivering successful knee pain treatment and pioneered the latest proven alternatives to steroid injections and surgery. Their approach uses a combination of physical medicine interventions and advanced therapies like PRP injections, giving your body help to repair itself. 


Your program is likely to involve physical therapy, and you could benefit from the following:

  • Chiropractic care
  • MLS® (multiwave locked system) M6 robotic laser therapy
  • Nutritional IV infusions
  • Trigger point injections
  • Nutritional counseling


Don’t let knee pain slow you down: Find a long-term solution to your pain with the highly experienced team at Neuropathy and Pain Centers of Texas. Call today to schedule your appointment or book online.