Get knee pain relief – no surgery necessary!
Do you experience stiffness or pain in your knees when you get out of bed? Are you avoiding activities you love just to avoid knee pain? If so, you may be suffering from osteoarthritis, also known as “wear and tear” arthritis.
Over 10 million Americans suffer from osteoarthritis of the knee. Athletes, everyday workers (especially those who spend a lot of time on their feet) and those who have a family history of arthritis can be affected. Until recently, extended relief from severe knee joint pain caused by osteoarthritis could only be attained through knee replacement surgery. Now, ICPR Family Practice offers an alternative to knee joint replacement surgery that helps limit the pain, not your activities.
Now the same great program is offered for the shoulder too!
Dr. Sumer Specializes in Pain Management & Osteoarthritis
Under the care of Dr. Sumer – a family doctor, ICPR’s Knee Arthritis Program (KNAP) is a safe, effective alternative to painful and risky knee replacement surgery. This knee arthritis treatment program combines hyaluronan replacement therapy to cushion and lubricate your joint with a personalized physical therapy program from our on-staff physical therapist, Doug Anderson, that enhances muscle strength and mobility.
Your physical therapist will also give you at-home physical therapy exercises that help reduce continued wear and tear on your knees, making treatment last six months – or longer – in many cases.
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Questions about Insurance Coverage
Will my Insurance cover this program?
Medicare and most other insurances cover KNAP. In fact, in addition to the initial program, they will continue to cover additional therapies every six months.
How do I find out what my insurance will cover?
We can help you receive insurance authorization for this unique program. We also get all coverage details to know any charges to the patient if any at all.
Do I have to be a patient of ICPR Family Practice to participate in the program?
You do not have to be an ICPR Family Practice patient, everyone is eligible to participate.