Knee pain


Common conditions we help:

  • Arthritis
  • Sciatica
  • Piriformis syndrome
  • Total hip replacement rehab
  • Total knee replacement rehab
  • Post-surgical recovery and rehab
  • Meniscus pain and problems
  • Sports injuries
  • Difficulty walking / poor balance

Knee Pain

Knee pain can occur for many reasons from knee arthritis to sports injuries. The mechanics of your hip, knee and ankle with limitations in movement and strength can dramatically affect the way your knee functions, causing increased pressure and pain. Restoring the normal movement, strength and coordination through physical therapy can help you quickly relieve pain and get back to normal activities.

We help patients of all ages recover from knee surgery and also prevent surgery in many cases. If you’re facing knee surgery, including total knee replacement, let On the Mend Physical Therapy handle your rehabilitation and recovery so you can get back to peak performance quickly.

Hip pain


When you walk, run and move, your hip, knee, leg, ankle and foot all have to work together in sequence. When the joints and muscles that make them move are not working properly, pain can occur in different parts of the leg. Hip pain can leave you with very limited movement and can make walking painful. Often pain may radiate to the groin, buttock and even thigh.

Our expert physical therapists understand the complexities of hip movement and function. By examining your walking, movement, range of motion, strength and coordination, we can pinpoint the source of your pain and design a personalized program to make movement pain free again.

Leg and ankle pain

Pain in the lower leg and calf area can be a result of strain on those muscles and structures. Knee and ankle problems can contribute to leg pain along with back problems which can present as pain in the leg even if actual back pain is low. Our physical therapists can determine the source of your leg pain and address it with a comprehensive plan to alleviate the pain, restore movement and increase your strength so you can recover quickly.

Schedule a FREE pain consultation today!