I have had chronic knee problems since I was young (both knees but one is worse than the other). I injured it a few times and was diagnosed with Osgood-Schlatter Disease in my early teens. That's pretty typical for young people, especially tall young people, who play sports (and I was a multi sport athlete as well as a dancer). I was told I'd grow out of it but now in my 20s, the pain is getting worse.
My new-ish PCP finally referred me to physical therapy and was kind of flabbergasted when I told her I'd never been sent to PT despite my repeated injuries.
Anyway, because it's my first time I'm not sure how to tell who is a "good" physical therapist. What are some tips or things I should look for? (My dad's former PT retired and I don't know anyone else in the area who has needed PT so I can't ask for local recommendations.)
Any advice is welcomed