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Knee care for injuries, degenerative diseases and other conditions

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Why does my knee hurt?

Every time you take a step, you use your knee, and it’s this use that makes your knee prone to a number of injuries, aches and discomfort. Knee pain can keep you from doing the things you love, but it happens because your body wants you to know there’s a problem. 

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Treating knee pain

Every time you take a step, you use your knee and it is susceptible to a number of injuries. According to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, knee injuries are the most common reason for visiting an orthopedic surgeon.

The knee specialists at OrthoIndy are trained to diagnose causes of knee pain and treat minor injuries as well as total joint replacement.

Don't let an ACL injury take you out of the game

An ACL injury is a relatively common knee injury and is a sprain or tear in the anterior cruciate ligament. Athletes who participate in sports such as soccer, football, basketball, volleyball and other high-demand sports are more likely to injure their ACL.

Other causes include sudden stopping and going, collision or direct contact resulting in a fall, changing direction rapidly or incorrectly landing a jump.

If you have swelling, pain, loss of full range of motion, discomfort when walking, tenderness and the feeling of instability, the knee specialists at OrthoIndy can help.

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The best knee surgeons in Indianapolis

OrthoIndy’s world-class hip doctors and knee replacement surgeons provide cutting-edge solutions for patients with the most severe hip conditions and injuries.

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Total Joint Replacement

Replacing joints of the body, most often the hip or knee, damaged by trauma or arthritis.

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Cartilage Restoration

Specializing in cartilage restoration for any joint, most commonly the knee, ankle or shoulder.

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Providing cutting edge treatments focused on relieving pain, restoring function and avoiding major surgery.

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The best compliment I ever received what that it did not even appear like I had ever had surgery. I was able to play my senior season and go out strong.

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