Non-Surgical Knee/Hip Decompression




At Genesis we’re proud to offer state of the art treatment options for our wonderful patients. Chronic knee and hip pain are traditionally treated with potentially dangerous pharmaceutical and OTC drugs as well as cortisone injections in an attempt to just manage the person’s pain. And when those don’t work or they lose effectiveness then a total knee or total hip replacement surgery becomes the next option that most are presented with.

Our Knee and Hip Decompression therapy is a non-invasive knee and hip pain therapy that offers an advanced technological solution for those that are suffering with chronic knee and/or hip pain. Non-surgical knee and hip decompression works by targeting the knee(s) and/or hip(s) to provide safe and effective mechanical traction that gently opens the joint to help with joint repair and alleviating pain by:

  • Decreasing swelling and inflammation of joint tissues
  • Help to re-hydrate the joint
  • Break up adhesions to increase range of motion
  • Accelerate the healing process of knee and hip tissues

Non-Surgical Knee/Hip Decompression

Non-Surgical Knee and Hip Decompression can help with:

  • Chronic Knee or Hip Pain
  • Osteoarthritis (Bone on Bone) of the Knee(s) and/or Hip(s)
  • Cartilage Repair
  • Patella (Kneecap) pain
  • Ligament Injuries
  • Meniscus Tears in the Knee
  • Labral Tears of the Hip
  • Failed Surgery
  • Sub-acute Muscle Strain
  • Chronic Muscle Strain
  • Accelerate Healing with Regenerative Injection Therapies

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What Could Be Causing My Hip Pain?

Hip pain can occur anywhere in and or around the ball-and-socket joint of your hip. The location of your pain, whether at the front, back or side, can provide helpful insight about which anatomical structures are involved. The type of pain is also helpful for our clinical team to determine where the pain is coming from. Many cases of hip pain are related to wear-and-tear or poor biomechanics of the joint or other related joints of the pelvis or lower extremities. Trauma such as car accidents, bike accidents, sports injuries and slips and falls call also be sources of hip pain. These injuries or traumas are often untreated initially or just treated with OTC or pharmaceutical drugs and the underlying issue progresses and leads to chronic inflammation and arthritis of the hip joint

To summarize, hip pain may come directly from the hip joint, directly from the soft tissues surrounding the joint, a combination of both the joint and soft tissues or even biomechanical stressors in the low back, pelvis, lower extremities and feet.

Here are some of the common causes of hip pain:

  • Osteoarthritis of the Hip Joint
  • Anatomical Leg Length Inequality
  • SacroIliac Joint Dysfunction
  • Low Back Osteoarthritis
  • Hip Flexor Strain or Tightness
  • Weak Gluteal Muscles
  • Piriformis syndrome
  • Tendonitis
  • Bursitis
  • Acetabular Labral Tears
  • IT Band Syndrome
  • OA of the Knee(s) Joint
  • Poor Foot Biomechanics (Pronation/Supination)
  • Slipped capital femoral epiphysis (SCFE)
  • Iliotibial (IT) band tendinitis
  • Hip Impingement

Some of these conditions that cause hip pain are more common than others depending on the individual and their past history. Our expert medical team will do a thorough consultation, history and evaluation to determine the cause of your hip pain.

Non-Surgical Knee/Hip Decompression

How Does Non-Surgical Knee and Hip Decompression Therapy Work?

Non-surgical decompression therapy is a gentle technology that opens the joint space of the knee(s) and/or hip(s). As the joints are decompressed it creates a vacuum effect inside the knee and/or hip joints, which ‘sucks’ nutrient-rich fluids into the joints, helping with lubrication and repair of the joints.  In addition, non-surgical decompression will also help to break down the adhesions (scar tissue) within the tendons, ligaments and other soft tissues in and around the knee and/or hip joints.

These combined effects of ‘sucking’ nutrients into the joints and breaking down old scar tissue can possibly help re-establish some of the natural joint space and cushioning of the knee and/or hip joints.

Based on the research, we know that this type of therapy can increase bone growth, improve blood supply and increase mobility of the damaged joints as well as decrease or resolve pain, increase joint function and motion, and promote soft tissue healing.

Does the treatment hurt or is it painful?

Actually, most patients report that they feel better during the treatments. After the first few non-surgical decompression treatments are completed some patients may experience mild soreness if the amount of degeneration in the knee joint is more advanced or there is a lot of scar tissue from previous injuries or past surgical procedures.

What Can I Expect After My Non-Surgical Knee or Hip Decompression Treatment?

Most of our patients feel and experience positive results with the first couple of treatments. For some, decompression treatment will be combined with other solution based and/or regenerative therapies that are designed to produce the fastest and most complete recovery possible for each individual case. The number of knee decompression treatments recommended will depend on the severity of each individual’s condition, past history and personal health and lifestyle goals.

At the end of the day, our approach is 100% designed to KEEP YOU OUT OF THE SURGICAL ROOM and avoid the potentially harmful effects of long-term pharmaceutical and OTC drug use as well as the need for continual steroid injections.

If you’re ready to step into the future of Hip/Knee Decompression simply click on the button below or call us directly at 720-795-7920 and tell whoever answers that you would like to set up an initial visit to see if you qualify for our Customized Non-Surgical Hip/Knee Decompression Program