Regenerative Spine and Pain Institute

Knee Pain from Soft Tissue Injury

doctor explaining the soft tissue injury in the knee

Soft tissue knee injuries are some of the most common and clinically challenging musculoskeletal disorders seen in the emergency department. Accurate and timely diagnosis increases the likelihood of fully restoring normal and pain-free use of the affected knee.

Knee pain and related symptoms may derive from damage to one or more of the soft tissue structures that stabilize and cushion the knee joint (including the ligaments, muscles, tendons, and menisci) from infection to the knee joint or surrounding structures, or from trauma to the bones forming the joint. In addition to the etiology of the patient's presenting knee pain symptoms, it is important to determine the acuity of the pathologic process as an acute traumatic, infectious event or exacerbation of a chronic overuse or degenerative syndrome.

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