Knee Pain

Knee pain and its associated injuries are very common complaint. In the United States, knee pain accounts for one third of reasons that people see their doctor. Disability from knee pain is a major concern for people and the knee is the most common site of joint pain reported by patients.

In the United States, the lifetime prevalence of knee pain increases with age with almost 25% of people as they reach 65 years old report some type of knee pain.

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Neck Pain & Stiffness… Without taking
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One of the most widely prescribed medications for knee pain is an anti-inflammatory or some type of narcotic. After suffering for many years from this type of pain, some see these medications as their only answer for relief. The thing is, all those painkillers are not good for your stomach and the long periods of rest you’ve been told about, that’s not likely to be doing you much good either.

Over the past 25+ years practicing Physical Therapy we have seen too many people suffer from knee pain and understand long term use of medications and rest is an unhealthy recipe for recovery. Our goals is to help people get relief from their pain and most importantly regain your independence and ability to enjoy activities.

We have put his report together free of charge for you. We do not know if these 8 things will help you rid your pain forever but we do know that inactivity and a sedentary lifestyle is not the cure.

FREE REPORT: Learn “8 Quick & Natural Ways” to End
Neck Pain & Stiffness… Without taking
Painkillers or having to wait
to go to your doctor…

Are you suffering from knee pain and stiffness? Click on this FREE E-book!

Hereford Physical Therapy 40 Questions E-Book

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More About The Physical Therapists Helping You Recover

Hereford Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine is an outpatient orthopedic physical therapy clinic serving the communities of Northern Baltimore County and Southern Pennsylvania. Our clinic opened in the fall of 2002, with the goal of helping our patients Stay Active, Mobile & Healthy. You will notice that we do things a little different in our clinic vs. other physical therapy clinics by providing a positive and fun therapy environment that allows patients to meet their goals.

The staff at Hereford Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine includes several licensed Physical Therapists, Physical Therapy Assistants as well as Athletic Trainers with over 100 years combined of experience in treating and caring for patients.

We utilize several techniques of physical therapy in our approach to patient care. These include manual techniques, patient specific exercise and mobility, functional and balance activities to name just a few.