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Knee – Services Overview

The Kansas City Bone & Joint team of specialists know how important it is to get you back in the game, back to work, or back to having a productive and active lifestyle. If you are having knee pain, most likely you will have limitations in your activities.

There are other important structures in the knee including ligaments (such as the Anterior Cruciate Ligament or ACL) and cartilage (such as meniscus). These structures are important to keep your knee functioning. Please contact our office for further evaluation of your knee pain.

How your knee works (Cómo funciona la rodilla)

 

Knee Conditions

The providers at KCBJ treat a wide variety of knee conditions.  Click here to learn more about what we treat.

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Knee Procedures

The orthopedic surgeons at KCBJ perform different procedures for the knee based on the condition being treated.  Click here to find out more about those procedures.

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Treatments, Excercises & Rehab

Did your provider recommend a conservative treatment route with a home exercise program?  Click here to get started with different flexibility and strengthening programs for the knee.

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Schedule An Appt.

We offer online appointment scheduling for your convenience. Click below to request an appointment with one of our shoulder specialists.

Related Physicians

The providers at Kansas City Bone and Joint Clinic each have their own areas of specialty. Click on the providers below to read more about them.

Related Physicians

The providers at Kansas City Bone and Joint Clinic each have their own areas of specialty. Click on the providers below to read more about them.

 Related Articles

Still can’t find what you’re looking for? Check out these related articles and blogs to find out more information regarding the knee.

Runners Knee- Not Just For Runners

Are you a runner?  Do often have a dull ache located throughout the front of your kneecap that sometimes radiates to the back of the knee?  You may have a condition called runners knee.  Chondromalacia patellae, also known as runner’s knee, is the condition in which... read more

Ice Baths: No day at the Spa

There are many different ways people like to recover after a workout or competition. During the summer Olympics, rows upon rows of 100 gallon tubs could be seen, filled with gallons of ice water waiting for the elite to take the plunge after their events. More... read more

Olympic Injuries: Road to Recovery- Abbey D’Agostino

Road to Recovery: Abbey D’Agostino   There is not much buzz about this Olympic runner since the late summer. Abbey suffered the ‘Unhappy Triad’ during her event back in August, and underwent surgery to repair the knee in September. D’Agonstino and Nikki... read more

 Back in action

Here are great stories from a few of our patients on how they got ‘Back in Action’ after knee pain.