Objectives This case study aimed to investigate the effect of complex Korean medicine therapy and fascia Chuna therapy on Osgood-Schlatter disease. Methods Hospitalization treatment was performed on a 13-year-old Osgood-Schlatter patient who visited Woosuk University Korean Medicine Hospital. The patient complained of pain in both the tibial tuberosity and restriction on the range of knee joint movement. The results were evaluated using the visual analogue scale, knee injury and osteoarthritis outcome score, and range of motion. Results After treatment, knee pain decreased and range of movement angle improved. Conclusions This study suggests that complex Korean medicine therapy, including myofascial Chuna therapy, are effective in improving the range of motion and improving pain in early Osgood-Schlatter disease. The limitation of this study is that the subject of the study was limited to one case. Further clinical studies are required.