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Conditions of the Knee

Kee Pain
At Dynamic Physiotherapy, we have experience treating a range of different knee injuries and conditions, from smaller injuries to significant breaks and tears. Below we detail some common conditions and areas of injury, and at Dynamic Physiotherapy, we offer comprehensive, personalized treatment plans to ensure that you can recover as quickly as possible from your knee injury.

Injuries to the Ligaments of the Knee

Injuries to the Ligaments of the Knee

At Dynamic Physiotherapy we’re experts in all types of knee injuries. Here we detail the key ligaments within the knee and their functions, the common causes and three stages of knee injury, as well as treatment options available for various knee injuries.

Knee Meniscus Injuries/Tears

Knee Meniscus Injuries/Tears

Knee menisci injuries and tears can result in pain and inflammation, and limit one’s ability to twist or straighten one’s knee. Dynamic Physiotherapy offers unique treatment depending on the state of the injury and the meniscus affected, and can refer appropriate medical professionals if necessary.

Patellofemoral Syndrome (Patellofemoral Tracking Disorder)

Patellofemoral Syndrome (Patellofemoral Tracking Disorder)

Patellofemoral Syndrome refers to degenerative changes experienced around the front of the knee, near the patella bone specifically. Because the patella cartilage is built to be almost frictionless, and facilitates healthy movement of the knee and leg, injuries here can be quite painful. Dynamic Physiotherapy’s treatment and products focus on the reduction of pain, inflammation and swelling, and the improvement of the knee’s range of motion.

Shin Splints (also called Periostitis or Compartment Syndrome)

Shin Splints (also called Periostitis or Compartment Syndrome)

Shin splints can often occur to athletes, dancers and military personnel, as well as those who recently changed their exercise routine. Shin splints result in pain and inflammation in the lower leg, and if left untreated, can progress into a worse injury, so it’s important that they be treated as soon as possible.


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Yes, WSIB will pay for approved physiotherapy treatment for workplace injuries. Some WSIB injuries are covered for up to 12 weeks.

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