Wondering How to Get Rid of Knee Pain for Good?

By Shaunna Preston

You’re in good company. Scientists have spent decades on knee pain research in Boise ID and beyond, searching for the solution.

Joint stiffness and pain can be caused by many different underlying health conditions. The most common ones include:

  • Osteoarthritis
  • Torn meniscus
  • Patellofemoral pain syndrome
  • Chondromalacia

Knee pain can have a variety of sources. There’s no one-size-fits-all treatment for it. Accurate diagnosis is the first step to finding relief. However, what works well at reducing or eliminating one person’s pain may be ineffective for another.   Current treatment methods available range from knee pain treatment at home using the RICE (rest, ice, compression, elevation) method to surgery. Fortunately, some patients do find relief from the first treatment option they try.  Others may continue to experience pain daily, despite trying many different treatments for their knee pain…

The Right Care Makes the Difference

When chronic knee pain has made activities of daily living difficult, you just want to feel better!  We’re here for you if you find that traditional treatment methods just aren’t helping.  You deserve compassionate care from providers you can count on to work in your best interest. The Injury Care Research team is dedicated to treating patient participants with respect. Our clinic has been researching pain management in Boise, ID trusts for over a decade.

Dr. Richard Radnovich is a nationally known instructor, researcher, author and expert on soft tissue injuries, pain management and injection techniques.  He has helped design pioneering studies on a patch that relives pain for musculoskeletal injuries, and a device that relieves knee pain for months at a time.

Accessible Knee Pain Research Boise ID Residents Can Count On

Boise is a community that thrives on the great outdoors; activities like hiking, skiing, and fishing are common pastimes.  Yet, immobility due to joint pain and stiffness can interfere with even simple activities.  Severe knee pain can make exercising, getting dressed, or getting in and out of the car to run errands too difficult to bear. This is now known in the medical community as ‘high impact chronic pain’.

Injury Care Research is passionate about conducting knee pain research residents find easily accessible! We make the participation process as easy as possible. Our clinic strives to accommodate the challenges you face when it comes to accessing healthcare.

Improving pain patients’ quality of life worldwide is one of our goals. However, the dream we hold dearest to our hearts is to make a difference right here at home.

Apply to be a study participant in Boise ID!

Not only will you be signing up to receive research related care at no cost to you, but you’ll also be paving the way for a pain-free future for Boise and beyond.

To view our current studies or provide your information in case a future study relates to your condition, please visit: http://injurycareresearch.com/current-studies/ or click on the image below!