Patient receives knee Shockwave Therapy at the Hatt Clinic

Knee Pain

Are you tired of dealing with nagging knee pain that limits your activities and quality of life?

Our team of experienced Physio and Sports Therapists are here to help you find relief and get you back on your feet!

Whether you’re recovering from an injury, struggling with chronic pain, or seeking to prevent further damage, our personalised treatments are tailored to address your specific needs.

Are you:

  • Experiencing sharp, dull, achy, or throbbing pain
  • Suffering from inflammation or swelling of your knee joint
  • Finding it difficult to weight bear or fully bend and straighten your knee
  • Feeling unstable and noticing your knee give way when walking or standing
  • Hearing clicking, popping, or crunching noises when you move your knee

Ready to take the first step toward pain free living and improved mobility? Book your appointment today and discover the difference expert physiotherapy can make in your life.

Start improving your health and movement today.

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Knee pain treatments

Who does knee pain most commonly affect?

Knee pain can affect anyone at any stage in life but has the highest prevalence in older adults, athletes, or overweight individuals.

What causes knee pain?

Knee pain can either be directly related to the integrity of the joint and supporting structures or be a result of problems elsewhere that place abnormal pressure on the knee joint. Common knee injuries include:

  • Ligamentous damage or rupture. There are four main ligaments in the knee that work to limit excessive movement of the joint. Two that sit within the knee joint limiting forward and backward movement, and two that sit either side of the knee limiting sideways movement. At times, these ligaments can tear or completely rupture if the knee joint is over stressed in certain directions.
  • Torn or worn meniscus. The meniscus is a wedge-shaped structure made of cartilage located within the knee, which acts as a shock absorber. Damage to the meniscus can occur from an acute injury – for example, if the knee is twisted when the foot is planted on the ground, or with long-term over-use.
  • Patellar tendinopathy. This injury occurs as a result of damage to the strong connective tissue which attaches the quadriceps (thigh) muscle to the shin bone. Excessive jumping or landing strains the patella tendon which over time can cause Patellar tendinopathy.
  • Chondromalacia patellae. The cartilage under the kneecap is a natural shock absorber. Deterioration or breakdown of this cartilage, often as a result of imbalances at the hip or foot can cause Chondromalacia patellae.
  • Arthritis. Osteoarthritis or Rheumatoid Arthritis can cause swelling, stiffness, and knee pain as you flex and extend your knee.
  • Iliotibial band friction syndrome. The iliotibial band (ITB) is a tight band of fibrous tissue that runs down the outside of the thigh, from the hip to just below the knee joint. ITB friction syndrome is caused by the ITB rubbing over structures on the side of the knee, often a result of imbalances at the hip or foot.

Find out more about our treatment options that can help with back pain:

What to expect from the knee pain clinic at Hatt’s



We’ll start by understanding your medical history



We’ll conduct a thorough assessment and get to the root cause of your knee pain



You’ll receive hands on treatment to relieve your pain and inflammation



We’ll put together a personalised treatment plan to manage your pain and promote a speedy recovery



You’ll receive ongoing support from our team to resolve your knee pain and prevent future injuries

Why should you see a clinician at Hatt’s to resolve your knee pain?

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Our team comprises of highly skilled and certified Physiotherapists with extensive experience in treating knee injuries and pain. You can trust us with your recovery journey.
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Our advanced treatment methods aim to restore your knee’s optimal function, enabling you to enjoy everyday activities without pain.
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We put your needs at the centre of everything so you can be assured that your treatment plan will be tailored to suit your individual circumstances.

Knee Pain FAQs

What causes knee pain?

Can knee arthritis pain radiate down the leg?

Can sciatica cause knee pain?

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What can cause knee pain without injury?

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Is cycling good for knee pain?

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What causes pain behind the knee?

Can knee pain cause hip pain?

What is better for knee pain heat or cold?

Can arthritic knee cause thigh pain?

Can tight hamstrings cause knee pain?

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What it’s like to be a patient at Hatt Clinic

“After many years of knee troubles and trying various things I wanted to try and see what could be done to progress matters with the knee. I went with an open mind and ideally wanted a plan and some structure to what I needed to do. This is exactly what Hatt’s gave me. I’m delighted I chose Hatts to help with my next steps towards a healthier knee.”
“I have been having problems with both my knees and the pain has prevented me from doing lots of the things I enjoy. With some trepidation I decided to try physiotherapy. I went to Hatts and it’s no exaggeration to say it has improved my life hugely.”