Do you suffer from knee, neck, or arm pain after a long bike ride? Does your bike fit you properly? And after a professional fitting do you still have muscle or joint pain? You may be suffering from a muscle imbalance. Your knee or neck pain may be secondary to muscle inhibition or protective compensation. A physical therapist can help evaluate your muscle imbalance, help correct this imbalance, and correct the source of your pain. Contact a therapist at Performance Physical Therapy for an evaluation of your bike health.