Knee Pain Treatment

Regain your mobility and comfort with professional knee pain treatment in Wantage, Oxfordshire.

What is knee pain?

Knee pain is a common issue affecting people of all ages. Your knee joints bear the full weight of your body, making them susceptible to injury and discomfort. Knee pain can be disabling and severely impact your quality of life, ability to play sports, perform everyday tasks, and join friends and family outdoors. Long-term knee pain can also affect your mental health, leading to depression. 

You don’t need to suffer – We can help you! Our clinic offers some of the most advanced and effective non-surgical treatments available.

What are the symptoms of knee pain?

The location and severity of knee pain may vary, depending on the cause of the problem. Signs and symptoms that sometimes accompany knee pain include:  

Swelling and stiffness

Redness and warmth to the touch

Weakness or instability

Popping or crunching noises

Inability to fully straighten the knee

Pain when twisting the knee

Pain or ache when walking or at rest

Knee pain treatment in Wantage, Oxfordshire

What are the causes of knee pain?

There a number of conditions that can cause knee pain. The following are the most common causes:

  • – Osteoarthritis: This is a common cause of knee pain, especially in older adults. Osteoarthritis can also affect younger people, those who are overweight, or individuals with past knee injuries. It occurs when the cartilage in the knee joint gradually deteriorates, leading to pain and swelling.
  • – Meniscus or Cartilage Damage: The meniscus is the cushioning pad in your knee joint. It can be damaged due to high levels of force or wear and tear over time.
  • – Anterior Knee Pain Syndrome: Pain felt at the front of the knee, often due to irritation of the cartilage under the kneecap. This can result from abnormal biomechanics, poor flexibility, muscle weakness, or arthritis.
  • – Strain/Sprain: This happens due to increased activity or overstretching of the ligaments, tendons, or muscles.
  • – Alignment/Structural Issues with the Foot and Ankle: Conditions such as flat feet, hypermobile ankle joints, and arthritis in the foot/ankle can lead to an abnormal gait, causing knee pain.

What are the treatment options?

We provide rapid access to specialists for assessment and treatment. NHS waiting times can be lengthy, often taking months for an assessment and over a year for treatment. We offer:


  • – Orthopaedic Assessment: Available within days.
  • – Diagnostic Ultrasound Scans: Performed at our clinic.
  • –  Rapid Referral for X-Ray or MRI Imaging: If required.
  • – Individualised Treatment Plans: Including advanced and effective injection therapies.

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Based in Wantage, Oxfordshire, we offer a huge range of Chiropody Services and Specialist Podiatry in Oxfordshire and surrounding areas.

Chiropody Services and Specialist Podiatry in Wantage, Oxfordshire and surrounding areas.