Knee Pain

Pain Management of Oklahoma

Pain Management Physicians located in Broken Arrow, OK & Sand Springs, OK

Knee pain is a very common issue that can stem from injury, wear-and-tear, inflammation, or other serious issues. If you have knee pain, contact Brent Henderson, DO, or Jeff Halford, DO, who provide integrative treatments for knee issues at Pain Management of Oklahoma in Broken Arrow, Sand Springs, Sallisaw, Grove, McAlester, and Bartlesville, Oklahoma. Call the clinic nearest you to book an appointment today.

Knee Pain Q & A

What causes knee pain?

Think of all of the stress you put on your knees each day: They support your body weight, absorb shock, and stay stable when you twist or turn. Needless to say, your knees are prone to injury and damage. If you’re experiencing knee pain, it might be related to or caused by:


  • Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury
  • Dislocated knee cap
  • Patellar tendinitis 
  • Torn meniscus
  • Knee bursitis
  • Fractures 
  • Arthritis 


It’s also possible to have knee pain because of a loose body getting stuck in the joint. For instance, wear-and-tear can cause cartilage or bone fragments to break off. They can float into your joint space and cause friction when you move your knee, and this, in turn, can become painful. 

When should I see a doctor for knee pain?

Pain Management of Oklahoma provides comprehensive diagnostic testing and treatments for knee pain. Dr. Henderson and Dr. Halford encourage you to book an exam if your knee pain is associated with:

  • Swelling
  • Stiffness
  • Joint instability 
  • Popping sensations
  • Redness or bruising
  • Limited range of motion

It’s particularly important to come in to Pain Management of Oklahoma if you can’t bear any weight on your knee or if you’re unable to fully extend your knee. Dr. Henderson and Dr. Halford can help you find a treatment that provides relief and promotes healing, so you won’t have to let knee pain take over your life. 

Which knee pain treatment do I need?

Pain Management of Oklahoma provides research-driven knee pain treatments for minor to severe knee issues. Depending on your diagnosis, your doctor may recommend one or more of the knee pain treatments below:

  • Hyaluronic acid injections
  • Corticosteroid injections 
  • Fluid aspiration (arthrocentesis) 
  • Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs)

These types of conservative nonsurgical knee pain treatments are known for providing fast and long-lasting relief. Dr. Henderson or Dr. Halford counsel you about each possible treatment option, so you’re involved in every step of the decision-making process. 

If you regularly suffer from knee pain, contact Pain Management of Oklahoma to get started on treatment. You can book your knee pain evaluation online or you can call any office directly to book a visit.