Knee Pain Treatment

When you have chronic knee pain walking upstairs and getting out of the car becomes a chore. With Reset Injections, we strive to make the simple things simple again.

Helpful Information About Our Knee Pain Treatment

We want all of our patients to select the treatment that is right for them. We want to give you as much information beforehand so that you can make a decision that is right for you.
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Who Is The Knee Pain Treatment For?

Our Reset Injections are effective for individuals with chronic knee pain who cannot bear weight on their knees. Other symptoms may include instability, swelling of the knees, hearing a crunching noise from the knees, and an inability to flex or extend the knees fully. Reset Injections may be right for you when your knee pain is affecting your daily activities, limiting your range of motion, and or if you need a cane or walker to remove pressure from the knee. Patients should consider Reset Injections after they have been evaluated by a specialist and no other treatment options are available or offered.

About Our Specialized Knee Pain Treatment

Reset Injections are a multi-step process that requires precision and accuracy. The most vital step involves identifying the hyperactive nerve endings responsible for your pain. This process takes patience, and attention to detail. Patients are awake during the whole procedure due to the minimally invasive process and the key to the treatment; patients guiding us towards their hyperactive nerve endings.

What Happens After The Procedure?

After the procedure, you may experience soreness at the injection site. Additionally, some patients experience pain relief immediately; for others, it can take up to two weeks for the effects of the treatment to set in. A follow-up appointment is scheduled for you two weeks after the initial procedure to evaluate the results of the Reset Injections, and if needed, additional injections are provided.

See What Our Patients Have To Say About Our Reset Injections

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Joe Acosta -Knee Pain

I felt good. After I did it I felt great. I didnt have to use this thing. I was so much better
I have had knee pain for years. I have tried several medication and nothing really helped. Since we reset the nerves I have felt better, the pain has been better and have been able to sleep better. I would recommend this to anybody having pain.
The swelling has gone down  since the treatment and I don’t have severe pain as I did before. I am able to walk more. I used to have to use a walker or cane because I couldn’t stand on my own. My brother even had to push me in a wheelchair whenever I had to go to the store. Now I am able to walk anywhere without any assistance.

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  • Do you accept medicare or any other type of medical insurance ?

    There is no insurance billing code for Reset treatment at this stage, so we cannot legally bill your insurance for your procedure. Patients with F.S.A ( Flexible spending account )or H.S.A ( health savings account) health insurance plans might cover the Reset treatment.

  • What are the side effects of the Reset Treatment?

    So far we have not encountered any side effects. Like with any injection, there is always a risk of infection from the needle or allergic reaction to the medications.

  • How do Reset Injections work?

    At RESET Pain Center, we have discovered that hyperactive pain receptors cause pain. These hyperactive centers will vary per patient and by condition. Locating these hyperactive pain receptors is at the heart of our novel treatment. Once found, a series of injections will reset the activity of those pain receptors back to normal. As a result, our novel treatment decreases the pain almost instantaneously, with patients feeling significant relief by the time they leave RESET Pain Center.

  • Does the Reset Treatment hurt?

    The amount of discomfort from the Reset treatment is minimal. At the end of the treatment, most patients ask us, “that is it?”. It is much less than what is felt during nerve blocks.

  • What should I expect from my Reset Treatment?

    It is essential to understand that, realistically, the pain you are currently experiencing will not go away but will be significantly reduced, and your activity level will be much improved.

  • How long does it take for the Reset Treatment to improve my pain?

    97% of patients feel better and are experiencing much less pain before they leave the office.

  • How many Reset Treatments do I need for maximal benefit?

    In my experience, I found out that 2 Reset treatments 2 weeks apart allow for locating and treatment of the hyperactive receptors involved in the creation and maintenance of your pain. As a result, you will experience better and longer-lasting relief.

  • Do I have to take any special precautions after the Reset Treatment?

    No. You can go about your life as usual.

  • Can I be put to sleep for the Reset procedure?

    We need your input and feedback during the Reset procedure. Putting you to sleep will be counterproductive to the success of the procedure.

  • How long do the Reset treatment last?

    The improvement can last many months. Relief is always accompanied by the improvement of activities.

  • Does the Reset treatment help more than one area?

    No. the Reset treatment is focused on one body part at a time.

  • Do I have to rest after the Reset treatement?

    No .After the Reset treatment,you can go about your daily activities.

  • Where is the Reset injection done?

    Irritated pain receptor areas cause the pain. Therefore, the injection will be in the area of the hyperactive receptors in order to reset them to a normal level of activity.

    The Reset treatment is not in the spine or bone.

  • What is injected in the Reset treatment?

    It is an injection of a unique proprietary blend of medications designed for resetting the activities of the nerves involved in the transmission of pain back to normal levels. The potency of the medicine varies depending on the condition and pain levels being treated.

    NO STEROIDS OR NARCOTICS are used in the Reset treatment.

  • Do you accept insurance?

    Unfortunately, there is no insurance billing code for our treatments at this stage. Due to these circumstances, we cannot legally bill your insurance for this procedure.

Additional Information About Our Knee Pain Treatment

Results We Have Observed

93% of patients with knee pain treated with Reset Injections report pain relief with an increased ability to perform daily activities. In addition, patients report that the swelling, popping of the knee, and the need to use a cane or walker has decreased.


About The Treatment

Reset Injections are a multi-step process that requires precision and accuracy. The most vital step involves identifying the hyperactive nerve endings responsible for your pain. This process takes patience, grace, and attention to detail. Patients are awake during the whole procedure due to the minimally invasive process and the key to the treatment; patients guiding us towards their hyperactive nerve endings.

We measure the activity of the hyperactive nerve endings on a scale from 1 to 10. If the nerve endings are more hyperactive and near a ten, we use more and stronger medication. The medications injected vary with the severity of the pain and the disease causing the pain. However, we never use steroids or opioids in our injections.

Additionally, since we prioritize the comfort of our patients, we use the smallest needles available.

After the Reset Injections, patients recover for 10 to 20 minutes before they are discharged from the center.

Other Helpful Information About Knee Pain

Knee pain can affect the inside, outside, and the area surrounding your knee. Your knee can feel painful, stiff, and sore. Knee pain stemming from injury is common, and you can typically recover at home. However, when the pain is severe, long term, your knee is red and swollen, and or warm, you should visit a doctor. Knee pain can become a problem for anyone, and every age group can suffer from it. Unfortunately, about 25% of adults live with knee pain, which can be caused in multiple ways.

What Causes Knee Pain?


ACL Injury

ACL stands for anterior cruciate ligament, which is one of the four ligaments (tissue) that connects your thighbone (femur) and shinbone (tibia) together at the knee. An ACL injury is the tearing or spraining of the ligament. ACL injuries happen most frequently while playing sports. The signs of an ACL injury are a popping sound coming from your knee, swelling, intense pain, and a limited motion range. ACLs are injured more than other ligaments in the knee, and women may be at a higher risk for ACL injuries.


Signs of a knee cap fracture can include pain in or around the knee, swelling, an inability to walk, bend, or extend the knee, and bruising. There are several different types of fractures that can cause knee pain.


A comminuted fracture is when your kneecap or knee bone (patella) is broken into three or greater pieces.


Displaced knee cap fractures are when the bone is not in the proper place, so the pieces of the bone do not line up with one another.


An open fracture is when bone fragments pierce through your skin.


If a knee cap fracture is stable, the bones are correctly lined up with each other, and the knee cap can heal well on its own.

Torn Meniscus

First, a meniscus is shock-absorbing cushion-like cartilage between your thighbone (femur) and your shinbone (tibia). You can tear your meniscus from sharp, fast turns and twists; these tears most commonly occur while playing sports. When the meniscus is torn, you will hear a popping noise followed by pain, stiffness, and swelling.

Knee Bursitis

Knee Bursitis is inflammation of a bursa sac in or around the knee. A bursa is a tiny fluid-filled sac. You have four bursae in front of your knee joint, four behind the knee joint, and four surrounding the joint. These bursae help the movement of your joint and aid in minimalizing friction. Any of the twelve bursae can become inflamed, causing knee bursitis; more commonly, the inflamed bursa is situated on top of your knee cap. Knee Bursitis pain can fluctuate depending on which bursae is inflamed but, your knee will typically feel swollen and warm with or without putting pressure on it. You are at a higher risk of developing knee bursitis if you have a job that requires a lot of kneeling, play certain sports, and or suffer from obesity.

Patellar Tendinitis

Patellar Tendinitis is frequently referred to as Jumper’s Knee. Patellar Tendinitis occurs when you injure the tendon that connects your kneecap to your shinbone. Jumper’s knee is most common in athletes whose sport consists of repetitive jumping. People with Jumper’s Knee will feel pain and soreness in and around their knee and a tender lower kneecap.

Iliotibial Band Syndrome

Let’s start by explaining what the iliotibial band is. The iliotibial band is a thick band of connective tissue (fascia) made up of collagen that begins at the hip, runs down your thigh, over your knee, and ends at your shinbone. Its purpose is to stabilize your hip and help hip movements. Iliotibial Band Syndrome is when your iliotibial band swells, gets too tight, and rubs against your bone. As a result, you can get ITBS in one of both legs, mainly affecting athletes.

Dislocated Kneecap

Kneecap dislocation occurs when your knee cap moves out of place. Often a kneecap can return back to its normal placement on its own, but it is not a bad idea to have a doctor take a look at it. A dislocated kneecap is common among athletes and is usually caused by impact or a sudden change in direction. When your kneecap is dislocated, it may have a strange appearance, other ways to indicate an out-of-place kneecap are intense pain, swelling, an inability to walk and straighten your leg, and a popping feeling.


There are a few different types of arthritis that are more frequently associated with knee pain.


Osteoarthritis, also known as degenerative joint disease, is the condition where the flexible cushion-like cartilage located at the ends of your bones deteriorates and breaks down over time. This is the most common form of arthritis and slowly begins alongside the aging process. 80% of older adults show signs of arthritis, but not all of them show symptoms. The knee is a common place for osteoarthritis to affect.

Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid Arthritis is an autoimmune disorder that causes the body to attack its own tissue and targets smaller joints first. As a result, Rheumatoid Arthritis causes painful inflammation that can cause bone deterioration and deformed joints. Rheumatoid Arthritis affects both sides of your body simultaneously, so if RA is the root of your knee pain, you will most likely be experiencing pain in both knees.


Gout is the build of urate crystals in your joint. Urate crystals are the byproduct of uric acid which creates a “salt” (crystal) material when you have too much uric acid in your body. Gout causes pain, swelling, and redness in the joints.


Pseudogout most commonly affects the knee and wrists but can affect any joint. Pain and discomfort from pseudogout is caused by calcium deposits forming in the joints. As you can see, the majority of knee pain comes from injuries and overuse of your knees, whether through your career or hobbies. Additionally, being overweight can also lead to knee pain and increase your risk for knee injuries due to the pressure the weight it puts on your knees.

93% of Our Patients Feel Better From Our Knee Pain Treatment

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