Meniscus Tear – Simple and Complex
Runners in particular will notice relief from meniscal tears following a knee decompression session. Meniscus surgeries often involve removing the meniscus, which will leave long term aches in the knee. Utilizing a more conservative approach will buy you time and help you avoid surgery altogether
ACL or PCL Partial Tear
Some tears will need surgery, but a partial tear can respond favorably to a combination of knee decompression therapy, laser, and PEMF therapy. If your surgeon has told you that you don’t need surgery, now’s the time to take action to increase healing in the knee and get back to your normal activities.
A Baker’s Cyst is fluid-filled cyst behind the knee, and is usually the result of other common knee conditions. Conditions like arthritis or torn cartilage can lead to the knee joint producing too much fluid. Patients respond favorably to decompression and other therapies, as they address the underlying condition that caused the cyst.