Physical Therapy for Knee Pain

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Knee pain is a common condition affecting 1 in 4 adults. It can be caused by disease, overuse, or trauma. It occurs in all age ranges and with varying levels of activity. Thousands of steps, stairs, and twists to the knee over time can cause changes to cartilage and other parts of the knee. There are a few diagnoses that are more commonly seen. At Symmetry Physical Therapy our goal is to provide an exceptional patient experience at each visit! We recognize that recovery is a multifactorial process. Here is a little insight into how we rehab our knee patients in Miami!

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WIN your body Back!

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The Winback machine provides a non-invasive and painless mechanism to promote cellular exchange, increase microcirculation, and improve lymphatic drainage which in turn leads to a significant speed-up in the healing process. The machine uses non-invasive current to transmit energy at high radio frequencies to the target tissue.

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Physical Therapy for Ankle Pain

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Are you having pain with walking, running or jumping? Do you feel unsteady with walking or single leg activities? Do you roll your ankles often? You’re not alone. Ankle pain and injuries are very common, especially in sports that include running and jumping. Our ankles are first to respond when we have to balance and any strength or mobility deficits here can have a big impact on how we move and stabilize ourselves. At Symmetry Physical Therapy, we are specially trained in assessing the cause of your ankle pain and creating a treatment plan for you so you can get back to doing what you love.

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Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome

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Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (PFPS) is a common condition that causes pain in the front of the knee, under or around the kneecap (patella). It accounts for 20-25% of all reported knee pain. It occurs in all age ranges, females more often than males. Those who play sports are more commonly affected. Understanding this condition can assist in the recovery process.

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