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Knee pain due to fall, able to walk, pain on squatting, bending. Knee surgery done. Treatment?

I had surgery on my knee a little over a year ago and last week I fell on it. It hurt but seemed to heal fine but today I fell again and landed with all my weight on that knee. The pain was horrific but to my surprise I got up and was able to walk just fine until I tried to squat. Squatting, bending and even touching it hurts horribly. Should I see my orthopedic or just wait and see what happens?
Asked On : Fri, 21 Sep 2012
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Sports Medicine Specialist 's  Response
go first make MRI KNEE JOINT to determine problem lead to this pain meniscal tear or inflammation.reuce body weight dont squat to decrease load on knee and dont lift heavy weight.take MRI report and go to orthopaedic specialist then make physio therapy sessions under physical therapist supervision (elctro therapy_ultrasound _stregthening ex_stretching ex) with anti inflammatory medications.
Answered: Sat, 22 Sep 2012
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