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Dr. Prashant

Anesthesiologist, Delhi

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Dr. Prashant is an experienced Anesthesiologist in New Delhi, Delhi. Doctor is currently practising at Adiva- Dr. Hans Center in New Delhi, Delhi. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Prashant on Lybrate.com.

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Knee Anatomy - Better Understanding Helps Prevent Knee Injuries!

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Orthopedist, Ghaziabad
Knee Anatomy - Better Understanding Helps Prevent Knee Injuries!

The knee joint is the meeting point of several bones. The knee bone's connected to the thigh bone at knee joint. The thigh bone or femur is the longest bone in the human body and it sits directly above the knee. Below the knee joint lies the shinbone or tibia down to the ankle. Tibia is partnered with the fibula, which runs along the outside of the leg. The kneecap also called as patella lies in between, protecting the knee joint. When the leg bends, the patella moves on the front part of the femur.

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Arthritis affects the ends of the bones, or spots where the bones in the knee joint move against each other. The joint capsule is a thick ligamentous structure that surrounds the entire knee that contains synovial membrane which provides nourishment to all the surrounding structures. The synovial fluid produced by the synovial membrane lubricates the knee joint. The capsule itself is strengthened by the surrounding ligaments.

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Cartilage covers up the knee joint's ends thus keeping the bones from rubbing together and creating friction. This makes cartilage critical to keeping the knees pain-free when one is running, walking bending or squatting. There are two types of cartilage in the knee joint. Meniscus cartilage makes up the crescent-shaped disks on the inside and outside of the knee between the femur and tibia. Meniscus cartilage works like a shock absorber, providing cushion to the joint when walking to running. Joint or articular cartilage covers the bones of the knee, making smooth and friction free movement.


Cartilage is about eighty percent water when we are young, and can lose water content over time to drop to about seventy percent. The knees are filled with fluid that helps to keep the cartilage smooth and slippery. If this fluid is too much can stretch out the joint and less can lead to friction between the bones.

Hence, it is imperative to know how the parts of the knee joint work together, as it is the first step one can take to maintain or restore knee health. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

 

 

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I am 39 years old and having a very bad ache in waist, back ache and knees pain. Please advise.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Faridabad
I am 39 years old and having a very bad ache in waist, back ache and knees pain. Please advise.
1. Go for fasting once a week. You can go for absolute fasting or rely on a liquid diet to digest ama (toxin). Fasting should be followed by hot fomentation or by taking a bath with lukewarm water or steam bath. 2. After fasting and fomentation, mix powdered long pepper, black pepper and dried ginger in equal quantities and take 1 teaspoon of this powdered mix with lukewarm water twice a day. This will help you restore your digestive fire. 3. Take one tablespoon of castor oil before going to bed, once or twice a week. It helps in cleansing ama (toxin) build up and balancing vata. 4. Mix equal quantities of powdered fenugreek seeds, turmeric and ginger powder. Take one teaspoon daily in the morning and evening. 5. For dry fomentation of the affected joints, take a cloth and fold it into four, fill it with hot and sand make a potli (bag) out of it. Use this bundle for the fomentation of different joints. This is very helpful in reducing pain and swelling.
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I have a sever knee problem. I can not walk properly so I need some precautions for my knee problem. Plzzz suggest me.

MPT, BPT
Physiotherapist, Noida
I have a sever knee problem. I can not walk properly so I need some precautions for my knee problem. Plzzz suggest me.
Core strengthening exercise- straight leg raised with toes turned outward, repeat 10 times, twice a day. Hams stretching- lie straight, take the leg up, pull the feet towards yourself, with a elastic tube or normal belt. Repeat 10 times, twice a day.
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I'm suffering from pain in my arm. I can not lift any luggage with my arm. What can I do in this situation? I hope you'll suggest me good precaution. Thanks.

MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy, BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Noida
I'm suffering from pain in my arm. I can not lift any luggage with my arm. What can I do in this situation? I hope yo...
OK according u . do physiotherapy treatment for few days and after relief start strength exercise in gradually process
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This is a mystery. I am a 20 year old male experiencing constant, non stop pain in both of my hands. If I do anything intensive with my hands then afterwards I will feel more pain, but in the moment the pain does not really increase. The only thing that makes it immediately worse would be raising my hands above my head. This is in both of my hands, I had an mri in my neck which showed nothing. I've also had xray in both of my hands which also showing nothing, and when doctors have tested by having me push against them or them push against me they have found no weakness or muscle decay. The pain is in many parts of the hand, especially in the fingers and abductor digiti minimi. I will also sometimes feel pain on the posterior side of my forearm, starting at the elbow and more or less going to my hand. The pain is never tingly pain. I have had this pain for about 9 months now. I have stopped all intensive use of my hands for the last 5 months, things have gotten only a little better. I had a cortisone shot in one hand a few months ago, and that made most of it better, but it faded within a month. What could this be? Is it tendonitis (tennis elbow)? That seems a bit strange to me because tendonitis usually fades more quickly than I've been experiencing (especially because I'm so young)

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General Physician, Alappuzha
This is a mystery. I am a 20 year old male experiencing constant, non stop pain in both of my hands. If I do anything...
As the physical examination normal you have only anxiety related pain and cam our mind and do mild physiotherapy
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Symptoms >No direct pain in lower back only when I bend or sit on bed > pricky feeling in lower back > stiffness is lowe back > No pain radiating to legs pain from 3 months I go to gym it began from there Is it disc symptoms?

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>No direct pain in lower back only when I bend or sit on bed
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Postural Correction- Sit Tall, Walk Tall. Extension Exercises x 15 times x twice daily. Apply Hot Fomentation twice daily. Avoid bending in front.
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I am 20years old and I get lower back pain I've tried several exercises ointments etc. But still could not find any change. Help me with it.

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Homeopath, Faridabad
I am 20years old and I get lower back pain I've tried several exercises ointments etc. But still could not find any c...
Hello, i think you are suffering from the back pain caused by long continuous sitting posture and sedentary life style. you are advised to take 10 minutes break after every 2 hour sitting.Start a morning walk for at least 30 minutes.Regular walking is also very helpful as it is a wholesome exercise of the body, improves blood circulation and helps lose weight.Try to maintain a correct sitting posture. Take homoeopathic medicine Rhus tox. 200, 5 drops twice daily for 10 days, then revert me with feed back.
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Knee pain from last 3 months, all started after my gym sessions I guess, but it's been 2 weeks I have discontinued my gym still facing pain in my left knee.

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Avoid sitting Cross legged Contrast bath---It is a form of treatment knee is applied warm water followed by the immediate application of the knee with ice water. This procedure is repeated several times, alternating hot and cold. Note that the treatment should always end in the ice water, as heat will induce the body's inflammatory response, while cold helps to decrease inflammation.
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