Knee Pain

Pain Management located in Frisco, Mesquite and DeSoto, TX
Knee Pain

Knee Pain services offered in Frisco, Mesquite and DeSoto, TX

Has knee pain put your life on hold? At OmniSpine Pain Management, board-certified and fellowship-trained physician Andrew Morchower, MD, MPH, understands how upsetting and stressful daily knee pain can be and that’s why he offers more nonsurgical treatments for knee pain than any other practice in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Call either of the two offices in Frisco or Mesquite, Texas, or click on the online booking tool now.

Knee Pain Q&A

What causes knee pain?

Knee pain has many causes, including:


Osteoarthritis is the most common culprit when it comes to chronic knee pain. It happens when the cartilage capping your knee bones erodes and leaves bone rubbing against bone.

Rheumatoid arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis develops when your immune system attacks the lining of your knee joint, changing the bones in the joint.


Bursitis is inflammation of the little cushioning sacs near your knee joint. Arthritis and bursitis often happen simultaneously, and bursitis can also be caused by knee overuse or a direct blow to the knee.



Patellar tendinitis occurs when the tendon that links your kneecap and shin bone is overstretched, often due to repetitive movements during sports.

Meniscus tears

A meniscus is a wedge of cartilage in the knee. Meniscus tears are common sports injuries.

Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries

The ACL is the most-injured ligament in the knee. It crosses underneath your kneecap and is often torn during sports.

Chondromalacia patella

Chondromalacia patella is the breakdown of the cartilage that lines the underside of your kneecap (patella).


Other things cause knee pain as well, including infections.

When do I need knee pain management?

If you have chronic knee pain (it lasts more than 12 weeks) and it interferes with your activities or robs you of a good quality of life, pain management at OmniSpine Pain Management can give you the help you need.

You can get an accurate diagnosis and treatment that targets the precise cause of your pain. Even if there’s not a cure for your knee problem, an effective way to manage it and improve your quality of life is available.

What are the treatment options for knee pain?

OmniSpine Pain Management offers more nonsurgical treatments than any practice in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, with the effective solutions including: 


  • Knee bracing
  • Knee aspiration
  • Rhizotomy (radiofrequency ablation)
  • Coolief* (cooled radiofrequency)
  • Viscosupplementation injections
  • Corticosteroid injections
  • Restorative cellular therapies
  • Physical therapy


The practice also provides prescription medications where needed. Most patients only need medication for a short time, until their treatment takes effect. You’ll have Dr. Morchower’s cell phone number in case you need him for personalized support.


OmniSpine Pain Management offers the most personalized knee pain support from leading experts. Call the office today or book your appointment online.