Physiotherapy for Knee Pain


Are you suffering or enduring knee pain that gets in the way of your day-to-day? Or is there a sudden injury or chronic knee pain diminishing your quality of life?

You're not alone.

Knee pain is a very common problem for many of our patients, be it due to accidents, sports injuries, ageing, or lifestyle.

But what if there was a path to lasting knee pain relief beyond the painkillers that only provide temporary relief?

Knee pain physiotherapy treatment at Phoenix Rehab is your answer!

Our knee physio specialists are trained and experienced in managing and treating knee injuries and pain, paving the way towards knee comfort, improved mobility, and enhanced ability to perform everyday tasks at home, work, or during leisurely activities.

With our comprehensive approach, state-of-the-art facilities, and evidence-based techniques for knee pain treatment, we're committed to helping you achieve long-lasting relief and get back to the activities you love, one physiotherapy appointment at a time.

Take the first step towards a pain-free future and explore our range of specialised knee physiotherapy treatments today.



Our knee pain physiotherapy specialists at Phoenix Rehab received credible qualifications and training from top-tier institutions. These credentials allow them to facilitate physiotherapy exercises to improve knee health and alleviate pain for those with common knee injuries or root causes of knee pain, which include the following:


Some of the most common knee injuries that can be treated through physiotherapy include:
- Ligament Sprains: Ligament sprains, such as an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) or medial collateral ligament (MCL) sprain, can occur due to sudden movements or trauma.
- Meniscus Tears: A torn meniscus is one of the most common knee injuries that can result from sudden twisting or overuse.
- Patellar Tendinopathy: Also known as jumper's knee, this injury involves pain and inflammation in the patellar tendon.


Physiotherapy is effective in treating various knee joint issues. Some of the most common knee joint issues that can be addressed through physiotherapy include:
  • Knee Osteoarthritis: Knee osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint disease that affects the knee joint.
  • Gout: A gout is a painful form of arthritis characterised by sudden, severe attacks of pain, swelling, redness, and tenderness in one or more joints, most commonly affecting the big toe joint.
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis: Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a chronic autoimmune disease that primarily affects the joints. It causes inflammation, pain, stiffness, and swelling in the joints, often symmetrically affecting both sides of the body.
  • Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (PFPS): PFPS is characterised by pain around the front of the knee, particularly behind or around the patella (kneecap).


Some of the most common conditions associated with chronic knee pain that can be addressed through physiotherapy include:
  • Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (PFPS): PFPS is characterised by pain around the front of the knee, particularly behind or around the patella (kneecap).
  • IT Band Syndrome: Iliotibial (IT) band syndrome is characterized by pain on the outer side of the knee.
  • Runner's Knee (Patellofemoral Syndrome): Runner's knee refers to pain around and behind the patella, often caused by overuse or improper tracking of the kneecap.
Not sure if physiotherapy can resolve your knee pain?
Contact us today if you are experiencing knee pain, and we will advise you.
Don't wait until it's too late -- early diagnosis and treatment are key to relieving knee pain and preventing further complications, such as radiating hip or foot pain (that stem from your knee problem.) The earlier knee physio begins, the quicker the healing process and the better the outcomes are.

The Phoenix Process: Feel Renewed with Our Proven Methodology

At Phoenix Rehab, we treat knee pain and prevent it from coming back through an evidence-based, personalised treatment plan that we develop for our patient's specific needs through our proven and tested methodology, outlined as follows:
Step 1: Initial Consultation

Step 1: Initial Consultation

At Phoenix Rehab, our focus is on creating a relaxed, patient-focused environment. That's why all our sessions involve one-on-one time with an experienced senior therapist. You're never with a therapy assistant.

We address your knee symptoms and concerns, ensuring that you fully understand your condition before proceeding with treatment so you can make an informed decision.

Our consultations aim to foster trust and open communication, allowing you to feel secure with your knee physiotherapist and treatment.

Step 2: In-depth Review

Step 2: In-depth Review

Next, your knee pain specialist will conduct an in-depth medical history review to understand your symptoms, lifestyle, and health goals fully.

Beyond answering our questions, you may be required to bring medical reports or referral forms.

This is a crucial step in forming a customized treatment plan that accounts for the patient's past and current medical issues, underlying conditions, or potential knee pain problems that may arise in the future.

Step 3: Assessment

Step 3: Assessment

Based on your review, clinical tests and knee physical assessments will be conducted to evaluate the severity of your discomfort, pain or injury.

This allows us to identify possible underlying causes and understand specific injuries or safety concerns, ensuring an accurate diagnosis.

Our commitment is to provide patients with safe and effective treatments that address their pain without the use of invasive treatments such as painful injections or surgery.

Step 4: Treatment

Step 4: Treatment

Drawing on the initial assessment, we'll devise a personalized action plan in collaboration with you to achieve your treatment goals.

Predominantly, our approach begins with alleviating knee pain, followed by addressing the underlying issues causing it. This method is vital as it promotes a long-term positive impact and reduces the overall recurrence rate or the need for multiple sessions.

Our proficient knee physiotherapists will conduct live, active assessments during each of your follow-up sessions to ensure your knee recovery remains on track.

They will tailor the treatments to be appropriately challenging -- not overly easy nor excessively difficult, but just enough to facilitate continuous progression.

This adaptive approach allows us to gauge your progress and modify the intensity of our treatments to ensure the most suitable and successful treatment plan that can best assist you throughout your recovery journey.

Live Everyday Life Pain-free with Our Therapeutic Interventions

Knee Pain Physiotherapy

At Phoenix Rehab, we identify your needs and devise a tailored treatment plan to help alleviate pain and enhance your knee joint function, which is especially achieved by targeting the underlying cause of the severe pain in your affected knee.

Our knee pain physiotherapy might include targeted exercises, knee joint mobilization, manual therapy techniques, or modern therapeutic modalities such as ultrasound therapy.

Whatever the situation is, we have a surefire approach to relieving your knee pain.

Post-Knee Surgery Rehabilitation

Whether you've had arthroscopic surgery (knee replacement surgery) or knee sprains, our physiotherapists offer rehabilitation programs designed to help you fully regain your strength, flexibility, movement, and function.

You can count on us to liaise with your knee orthopaedic surgeon to determine any specific rehab requirements and ensure optimal supervision and support on your road to recovery.

Post-Treatment Education

Understanding the root cause of your knee pain and implementing preventative measures is an integral part of your recovery journey.

These techniques might include advice on knee-friendly activities, body mechanics, and home exercises to help prevent the recurrence of pain.


What our patients say

Escape the shackles of chronic knee pain with Phoenix Rehab today!

Aside from the physical benefits of knee rehabilitation, it can also foster a better sense of well-being, boost self-confidence, and heighten satisfaction in daily living.

Book an appointment and start your journey towards overcoming knee pain and living a happier, healthier life with our physiotherapy services today!

Learn More About Knee Pain Treatment

We are a bone, muscle, joint, tendon and ligament physiotherapy and hand therapy clinic in Singapore, operating in Novena and Tampines. We offer a unique integrated and multi-specialty approach to pain and injury rehabilitation with expert physiotherapy, hand therapy, TCM, massage, alternative therapies and rehabilitation technologies.

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