Knee pain clinic

The knee is a complex joint and as such is susceptible to a variety of injuries which can lead to acute knee pain or chronic knee pain. Our knee pain clinic at Canary Wharf, East London and Orpington provides physiotherapy-led treatment for knee pain.

Here at LycaHealth we deliver comprehensive services for the diagnosis, treatment and management of knee conditions; world-class care with the convenience of being located right in the heart of The City.

Don’t let knee pain hold you back, whether you’re experiencing acute pain or chronic pain, get help from our expert physiotherapists.

We have some of the very best physiotherapists in the UK here at LycaHealth, who will provide a thorough assessment of your knee pain. If required, MRI scans, CT scans, X-rays and ultrasounds can be carried out on site. Our state of the art diagnostic imaging equipment is more accurate, allowing us to give an accurate diagnosis.

There are many causes of knee pain which include:

  • Sciatica
  • Arthritis
  • Knee inflammation
  • Tendonitis
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Knee injuries
  • Torn knee cartilage
  • Twisted knee
  • Runners knee

Available at the following clinics

Canary Wharf

0207 132 1440

Mon – Fri: 8am to 8pm
Sat: 8am to 1pm

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Orpington

01689 490 111

Mon – Fri: 8am to 8pm
Sat: 8am to 1pm

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Once the cause of your knee pain has been diagnosed, you will be referred to a specialist for treatment and a rehabilitation plan will be tailored to you with a focus on quick recovery and lasting results.

If you have any questions about knee pain or would like to book an appointment, please call our reception team on 0207 132 1440 (Canary Wharf) or 01689 490 111 (Orpington).

Knee pain can be caused by a variety of different things including arthritis, sciatica, tendonitis, knee injuries, osteoarthritis and torn cartilage. Our expert physiotherapists will conduct a thorough analysis of your knee to get to the core of the problem and provide accurate diagnosis.

Healing time for knee pain depends on the severity of the injury ; a grade I injury is considered minor whereas grade 3 is more serious and can involve a complete tear of ligament, in turn taking longer to heal and potentially requiring surgery.

  • Highly confidential service.
  • No waiting for an appointment.
  • Modern, luxury clinic.
  • Convenient Canary Wharf and Orpington locations.

At LycaHealth, our services are covered by all major medical insurance companies. You can also self-pay for treatment.

We are fully accredited

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