Knee Pain

Chiropractic Care & Sports Chiropractors in Alpharetta and Atlanta, GA

Knee Pain services offered in Alpharetta and Atlanta, GA

If you have knee pain due to playing sports or wear-and-tear, see the specialists at Synergy Release Sports in Buckhead Atlanta and Alpharetta, Georgia. The superior team of chiropractors offers holistic knee pain treatments to get you back out on the field, rink, or court as quickly as possible. Call the office to schedule a consultation, or use the online booking tab today.

Knee Pain Q & A

What is knee pain?

Knee pain is an uncomfortable feeling that develops because of an injury, disease, or age-related wear. It's a common problem that can sideline you from training or even enjoying your favorite everyday activities. 

See the Synergy Release Sports team at the first sign of ongoing or extreme knee pain to begin the natural recovery process and reduce your risk of long-term complications. 

What does knee pain feel like?

Knee pain may present as:

  • Weakness
  • Swelling
  • Stiffness
  • Decreased range of motion
  • Limited mobility
  • Numbness
  • Tingling
  • Bruising
  • Redness
  • Warmth
  • Dull aching
  • Sharp pain

The discomfort is mild, moderate, or severe and may reduce your ability to move around — even when you're simply trying to walk. 

What can cause knee pain?

Numerous factors can contribute to knee pain. Examples include Osgood-Schlatter disease, patellar tendonitis, meniscus Injury, Iliotibial band syndrome, or runner’s knee. You might develop anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries, medial cruciate ligament (MCL) injuries, fractures, patellofemoral syndrome, or a Baker’s cyst. 


Knee instability, arthritis, osteoporosis, and post-surgery issues can also contribute to knee discomfort. Risk factors include carrying excess weight, poor nutrition, lack of strength and flexibility, playing sports, and improper training. 

How does my provider find the cause of knee pain?

To determine the cause of knee pain, the Synergy Release Sports team discusses your symptoms, medical history, and lifestyle. They complete a physical exam and may order blood tests, joint fluid tests, and imaging procedures before tailoring your knee pain treatment plan. 

How is knee pain treated?

Synergy Release Sports offers the following treatments that help relieve knee pain:


  • Advanced muscle integration technique (AMIT)
  • Graston Technique®
  • Neuromuscular massage
  • Myofascial release
  • Frequency specific microcurrent
  • Kinesiology taping
  • Rapid release therapy
  • Piezo wave therapy (shock therapy)
  • Functional manual therapy
  • Chiropractic and synergy release therapy
  • Active release techniques® (ART)
  • Pilates reformer
  • Medical Therapeutic Yoga™
  • Orthotics
  • Medical weight loss programs
  • Dietary supplements
  • Physical therapy 

You may need multiple knee pain treatments to heal as quickly as possible and resume sports training. 

Things you can do at home to optimize recovery include resting your knee, using ice and heat packs, and wearing a knee brace. 

See the Synergy Release Sports team as needed until your knee fully recovers. Call the office if you have any concerns during your recovery. 

To obtain relief from knee pain, call the Synergy Release Sports office or schedule an appointment online today.

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Life's Too Valuable to Walk Around in Pain
At Synergy we know that you want to enjoy life’s most meaningful activities pain and injury free. Here’s the problem, it’s almost impossible to avoid pain and injury in today’s modern lifestyle of chronic stress and busyness. Which leads to an avalanche of issues we want to avoid including an inactive lifestyle, weight gain, depression, disease and often increased pain.