Your Stability. Our Specialty.

The knee is a complex series of interworking joints that connect your upper and lower legs and provide stability to your body as you engage in activities that require both strength and movement. A small wonder, knees are said to experience more stress than any other joint in the body and are often responsible for carrying up to five times a person’s body weight when performing movements such as running, walking downhill or taking the stairs.

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Symptoms of Knees Problems.

According to research, 26 percent of Americans currently suffer from chronic knee pain. A few common symptoms associated with knee issues include:

  • Changes in feeling or appearance
  • Dislocation
  • Inability to bend or move knee
  • Muscle weakness
  • Numbness
  • Pain and tenderness
  • Popping noises
  • Swelling

Common Knee Issues.

At Ventura Orthopedics, our dedicated knee team has the knowledge and experience to evaluate, diagnose and treat a number of conditions, including, but not limited to:

  • Arthritis
  • Bursitis
  • Cysts
  • Dislocations
  • Disease
  • Disorders
  • Degeneration
  • Fractures
  • Injuries
  • Tendonitis

Find Knee Experts at Ventura Orthopedics.

When your knees suffer injuries, disease or other issues, it can result in a loss of stability and mobility, which can lead to other injuries. Ventura Orthopedics’ experienced and dedicated team of knee specialists are here for you. Our doctors, surgeons and therapists have an enviable record of successfully treating the full spectrum of knee problems. If you are concerned about issues that you are experiencing with your knees, talk to the experts at Ventura Orthopedics today. We care about your health and want you to be ‘up to your knees’ in renewed strength and stability.

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