Whether an an acute knee injury or gradually developed knee pain over time, we are experts in diagnosing and treating knee pain and injury.

Knee Pain/Injury diagnosis and treatment

Whether you have sustained an acute knee injury or have gradually developed knee pain over a period of time, our Physiotherapists are experts in diagnosing and treating knee pain and injury.

Like most injuries, the most important part of treatment is getting your knee injury correctly diagnosed. We achieve this by conducting comprehensive examinations of the ligaments, cartilage, muscles and tendons in and around the knee joint. Following this, we embark on the specific treatment and rehabilitation that will probably involve both manual therapy and specific exercises.

Some of the common injuries we see are:

  • ACL tear/reconstruction
  • Patella femoral joint maltracking
  • ITB friction syndrome
  • Fat pad impingement
  • Medial ligament tears
  • Meniscal/ Cartilage injuries/Surgery
  • Knee arthroscopy rehabilitation
  • Patella femoral dysfunction or dislocations

If you would like to know if we can help you with your particular knee injury, please do not hesitate to contact us

Book your appointment today to see one of our specialists at the Fay Pedler Clinic.

Back Pain

Back pain affects up to 85% of people at some time in their lives and is the most common disability in those of under 45 years of age.

Neck Pain

Pain in the neck and upper back is a common and sometimes debilitating problem. Neck pain can come from a number of disorders in the neck.

Shoulder Pain

Shoulder injuries are often the result of over-head or throwing sports and activities, repetitive or awkward lifting, or wear and tear.


If you suffer from persistent or recurring headaches, it may be that your neck is the culprit (and you may not even have neck pain!).

Tennis Elbow

Tennis elbow is lateral elbow pain that is a common and often frustrating presentation amongst sports people and DIY enthusiasts alike.

Ankle Injury

One of the most common injuries is the sprained ankle, often occurring when you roll over on your ankle causing an injury to the lateral ligaments.