Knee Pain

Knee Pain

Description Of The Injury: A sudden injury such as a strong force applied to the knee, as well as overuse and underlying conditions like arthritis, can all cause knee pain. The various degrees of pain may depend upon the cause.

Injury Symptoms: Symptoms of a knee injury include redness, swelling, tingling sensations, bruising, and stiffness around the joint. If the skin feels too hot or too cold, there may be a problem with blood flow.

Additional Information

Home Treatments:

Take Acetaminophen (Tylenol) to relieve pain, although it does nothing for inflammation. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs like ibuprofen (Advil) and naproxen (Aleve) can help reduce swelling.

Professional Medical Treatments:

A doctor may want to administer an injection of steroids locally around inflamed tendons surrounding the knee. In severe cases, knee replacement surgery is an option to combat knee osteoarthritis.

Physical Therapy and Exercises:

A therapist may stretch the knee out, moving the lower leg within its range of motion, then require the patient to do the same using his or her leg muscles. Similar tests can check for knee damage as well as help to increase mobility after an injury.

Exercise Techniques to Prevent Injury:

Stretch before and after physical activities, especially those involving running or heavy lifting. Avoid repeated squatting movements that could aggravate a knee injury. проститутки адмиралтейская на сайте prostitutki-pitera-gid.org/metro/amiralteyskaya

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