Integrative and Holistic Knee Pain Treatment︱HK Atlas Chinese Medicine & Physiotherapy Centre

Monday - Friday - 11:00 - 20:00, Saturday - 11:00 - 16:00


There are different levels of evidence showing effectiveness of acupuncture treating different diseases.

Knee Pain

Knee pain originates from knee-cap, MCL , ACL and torn meniscus, baker's cyst and crepitus always also present.

Pediatric Clinic Knee Pain Treatment in Hong Kong

Knee Region Basic Anatomy

Knee joint can be divided into two parts, the tibio-femoral joint and patello-femoral joint. The Anterior and Posterior Cruciate Ligaments, Medial and Lateral Collateral Ligaments help to stabilise the knee joint to prevent excessive gilding over of femur on tibia. 

Patellofemoral joint is a modified plane joint. The patella gilds on femur when bending or straightening knee, following the pathway formed by contour of distal femur and muscle tension by medial and lateral thigh muscle groups. The Screw home mechanism is easily impaired with muscle imbalance, and it will further cause the tearing of patellar cartilage.

Knee Pain Treatment

Common Knee Pain Reasons

  • Anterior Cruciate Ligament Sprain / Strain
  • Medial Collateral Ligament Sprain / Strain
  • Chondromalacia  Patella
  • Baker's Cyst
  • Medial Plica Syndrome
  • Knee Joint Osteoarthritis 

How Traditional Chinese Medicine and Physiotherapy help?

    Postural Advise

    Correct pelvic and lower leg posture, relieve knee stress.

    Acupuncture and Dry Needling1

    Relieve pain, and study suggests might help for cartilage regeneration.[Read]

    Cupping Therapy 

    Release muscle tightness, and improve circulation to the affected area.[Read]

    Massage and Manual therapy

    Release muscle tightness, correct alignment and improve joint range of motion. 

    Traditional Chinese Medicine 

    Improve body energy level, and promote balance of health.[Read]

    Exercise Therapy

    Promote injuried tissue healing, improve function of affected area.

Research Study

1) Study suggest acupuncture and physiotherapy are both effective for osteoarthritic knee rehabilitation, in terms of signs and symptoms, and function. However, results also suggest acupuncture might also help for cartilage regeneration. In the study, 50 of the subjects aged from 30 to 80, was randomly allocated to acupuncture group or physiotherapy group. Acupuncture were given on alternate day for four weeks, while physiotherapy were given 5 times a week for four weeks. After treatment intervention, both group subject gained significant improvement in osteoarthritis symptoms score, but acupuncture group gained further improvement in MRI T2 result than physiotherapy group. Result suggests acupuncture improve knee pain symptoms and also benefit cartilage regeneration.

Yan Zhang, Fei Bao, Yan Wang, et la.(2016). Influence of acupuncture in the treatment of knee osteoarthritis and cartilage repairing. American Journal of Transitional Research, 8(9), 3995-4002. (Read)


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Enrolled Visit

  • Consultation       HK$150
  • Herbal Medicine  HK$70/day
  • Pain Rx Session  HK$480-680
  • Physiotherapy     HK$480-680
  • 2nd body part additional  $180
  • Detail Charge items
  • Health Talk 

Opening Hours

  • Mon - Fri 11.00am - 8.00pm
  • Saturday 11.00am - 4.00pm
  • Sunday    close


Who We Are?

Atlas Chinese Medicine & Physiotherapy Centre

We are an complementary and alternative medical clinic in Hong Kong, provide acupuncture, traditional Chinese medicine and physiotherapy service.

Aims of this website is helping public to know more about Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM), understand more about their health conditions.   


The medical or health advice provided aims for support, not replace, the relationship that exists between site visitor / patients and his / her existing medical practitioner.


Where to find us?

Flat01 22/F The Righteous Centre, Nathan Road 585, Mong Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Phone Number
+852 23866388
MTR: Yau Ma Tei A1 Exit or Mong Kok Exit E1