The knee is the most frequently involved joint in osteoarthritis (OA). Advancing age, female gender, obesity, occupational injuries, trauma to the joint, and heredity play a role in the pathology of OA. Difficulties with activities of daily living such as standing from a seated position due to knee pain, climbing stairs, walking, stooping, instability or weakness are often reported by individuals with knee OA. Physical therapists at Two Trees PT/Two Trees Ortho can help address knee pain and improve physical function through therapeutic exercise, manual therapy and neuromuscular re-education. Wellness programs offered at Two Trees PT can help you lose weight and contribute to improvements in knee pain associated with osteoarthritis.