Injured left leg, strained left knee, pain on bending knee. Cure?
I was playing flag football and I jumped up to challenge a reciever, we bumped into each other and I came down on my left foot and felt a strain on the outside of my left knee . There was never any swelling although it was difficult to finish the game. I have always gotten freaked out by little...
Is it good to keep moving the strained tendon or muscle above the knee ?
Hi Dr., I have strained a tendon or muscle just above knee ion the back of leg. I dont have insurance so I am just coping with the pain which is better during the day but severe in morning for awhile. I am taking a muscle relaxer and another for pain (same as aleve) that was prescribed to me. I m...
I have a bump on right side of knee, Should I wear a knee brace ?
Last year I fell at work and I bruised my right knee badly. It all got better except for now, a year later, I have a lump (looks like a hernia) on the right side of my knee. It s soft, doesn t hurt, but swells a little after exercise. I had it checked after my accident by my doctor, and he didn t...
Hi, i do cheerleadung wich we do tumbling & my knee has been hurting underneath the knee cap whenever i walk & hurts pretty bad do you have any ideas of whats
Thank you for the query.
If the pain has appear suddenly, knee trauma is most possible. If the pain is present for some time, most likely knee ligaments are injured due to frequent knee overload. If the knee is larger than the other one, fluid could accumulate inside.
Orthopedist consult seems to be advisable as well as X-ray and arthroscopy.
I went for a jog today when my knee popped. I walked for a while after, but my knee is getting more stiff. What can i do to help it not hurt and be stronger aga
I have gone through your query.
For this you may take the anti inflammatory and analgesic medicine and go for x ray to rule out any fracture.
Consult the orthopedic surgeon for better diagnosis
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