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Knee and Leg Pain and Injuries

Between their heavy use and their intricate anatomy, it’s no surprise that knees and other areas of the legs are injured so often. They also carry a high risk of re-injury because patients tend to resume activity before the injuries have truly healed. Eventually, this can lead to other problems like scar tissue, new injuries, and even the early stages of arthritis.

At Synergy Sports Wellness Institute™, we’re focused on preventing injuries before they happen by identifying underlying problems and treating them effectively. Imbalance and misalignment in the body can make anyone prone to knee and leg injuries. We use the specialized Synergy Release Technique to identify these otherwise unnoticed imbalances and lower your risk for injuries. We can even use this technique to find the underlying causes of your current or past injuries, correcting these issues so your injuries don’t repeat themselves.

If you’ve already suffered an injury, we use a variety of techniques to help you heal more quickly and thoroughly. If your body doesn’t heal properly the first time around, it can lead to scar tissue and other long-term problems. Our customized blend of therapies can help you heal from current injuries more seamlessly. If you already have long-term issues from past injuries, we can address these concerns as well.

We diagnose and treat numerous leg and knee injuries at Synergy Sports Wellness Center™. Here’s a quick look at the most common types of injuries we treat:

Osgood-Schlatter Disease
Patellar Tendon Injuries
Hip Flexor Pain
Muscle Strains/Tears
Chondromalacia Patella
(Patella Tracking Syndrome)
Quad Tendonitis
Shin Splints
Post-Surgical Knee Recovery
Stress Fracture
Post-Achilles Surgery Recovery
Medial, Lateral, or
Posterial Knee Pain
Cartilage/Meniscus Injuries


If you suffer from one of these issues (or any other knee or leg problems), we are confident that our unique approach can bring you relief and get you back to a pain-free lifestyle. Check out our different therapies for injuries to learn more about what they do and how they may help improve your injury or pain.