If you live a physically active lifestyle, you are bound to have a few aches and pains for time to time. While most exercise-related pain resolves itself with rest, persistent pain that lingers beyond a few days can indicate an injury that should not be ignored. Posterior knee pain is often seen in runners and other athletes, and it can originate from a number of causes.
When you are used to being physically active, a knee injury can be devastating, keeping you from doing the activities you enjoy and undermining your quality of life. If you have persistent knee pain that does not go away with rest, you may have an injury that will worsen if ignored.
The knee pain specialists at NYDNRehab understand how important your active lifestyle is to you, and we are dedicated to resolving your knee pain, not just treating the symptoms. We use state-of-the-art technology and advanced treatment methods to diagnose and rehabilitate your knee pain, so you can get back to doing the things you love, pain-free.
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