Meniscus Injury

Meniscus Injury

MeniscusInjury

Graphic of foot skeleton as a button to a list of all the foot conditions we treat at Paris

    An acute injury or degenerative changes to the cushion layer of the knee.

  • “My knee locks up at random times”
  • “My knee feels like it catches on something when I go through this range of motion”
  • “My knee clicks or makes a crackling sound”
  • “My knee feels unstable going down the stairs”
  • “I get sharp pain in my knee at random times”

  • Ligament Injury
  • Bursitis
  • Baker’s Cyst

  • Cold Therapy
  • Anti-Inflammatory Cream
  • Myofascial Release Tools
  • Rehab Therapy Tools
  • Supportive Footwear
  • Exercise
  • Healthy Body Weight
  • Stretching
  • Strengthening

    Depending as to where the tear is it may or may not be able to fully heal on its own. In the most blood supplied areas it may take as short as 6 weeks to fully heal.

Graphic of foot skeleton as a button to a list of all the foot conditions we treat at Paris

    An acute injury or degenerative changes to the cushion layer of the knee.

  • “My knee locks up at random times”
  • “My knee feels like it catches on something when I go through this range of motion”
  • “My knee clicks or makes a crackling sound”
  • “My knee feels unstable going down the stairs”
  • “I get sharp pain in my knee at random times”

  • Ligament Injury
  • Bursitis
  • Baker’s Cyst

  • Cold Therapy
  • Anti-Inflammatory Cream
  • Myofascial Release Tools
  • Rehab Therapy Tools
  • Supportive Footwear
  • Exercise
  • Healthy Body Weight
  • Stretching
  • Strengthening

    Depending as to where the tear is it may or may not be able to fully heal on its own. In the most blood supplied areas it may take as short as 6 weeks to fully heal.

    An acute injury or degenerative changes to the cushion layer of the knee.

  • “My knee locks up at random times”
  • “My knee feels like it catches on something when I go through this range of motion”
  • “My knee clicks or makes a crackling sound”
  • “My knee feels unstable going down the stairs”
  • “I get sharp pain in my knee at random times”

  • Ligament Injury
  • Bursitis
  • Baker’s Cyst

  • Cold Therapy
  • Anti-Inflammatory Cream
  • Myofascial Release Tools
  • Rehab Therapy Tools
  • Supportive Footwear
  • Exercise
  • Healthy Body Weight
  • Stretching
  • Strengthening

    Depending as to where the tear is it may or may not be able to fully heal on its own. In the most blood supplied areas it may take as short as 6 weeks to fully heal.

*With any injury or medical complaint, we recommend you seek the advice from your Family Physician. The information provided by Paris Orthotics Ltd. does not replace the recommendations provided by your health care professional.  Extended medical may reimburse for purchased product related to your injury or condition.  A referral from your health care provider may be required.

*With any injury or medical complaint, we recommend you seek the advice from your Family Physician. The information provided by Paris Orthotics Ltd. does not replace the recommendations provided by your health care professional.  Extended medical may reimburse for purchased product related to your injury or condition.  A referral from your health care provider may be required.