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Knee Pain Health Feed

Hello sir I am suffering from knee pains for both legs. I am doing some knee exercises for this problem and I am using homeopathic medicine magnesia phos 6x for this problem. Is it cute with these medicines or in future I need any surgery. I am worrying a lot for these knee pain sir.

Dr.Dev Anand Ramanathan 89% (64ratings)
BPT, MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy, Doctor Of Physical Therapy (DPT)
Physiotherapist, Chennai
Hello sir I am suffering from knee pains for both legs. I am doing some knee exercises for this problem and I am usin...
Regards Lybrate user. Pain in both knees could occur due to multiple reasons. Given your age, the chances of knee pain due to degenerative reasons could be less unless there had been any previous injury to the knee (s). Pain in the knee (s) may occur sometimes due to imbalance in muscle forces that may cause the knee cap to be mal-aligned leading to excess pressure on the back of knee cap. Flexibility issues or tightness of the muscles may not allow the knee to move appropriately, thereby loading the joint unevenly. Sometimes, disorders of the back or hip may radiate the pain to one's knees as well. Icing the knee may help to lower your pain momentarily. Strengthening or stretching may need to be specific to the disorder, to get the best results from the exercises. One may have to find the cause of the disorder to treat it appropriately. It is recommended to consult an orthopaedician or orthopaedic physiotherapist for a detailed evaluation. Please feel free to reach out to us if you prefer a virtual consult. You may use the code drc221.
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Last midnight I have right lag knee muscle pan. Applying for pain releases spry and also massage in zandu balm but not effective then banded to heating pads but not enough effect and counting pain how can do next course action. Please help me sir.

Dr.Dev Anand Ramanathan 89% (64ratings)
BPT, MPT - Orthopedic Physiotherapy, Doctor Of Physical Therapy (DPT)
Physiotherapist, Chennai
Last midnight I have right lag knee muscle pan. Applying for pain releases spry and also massage in zandu balm but no...
Regards Lybrate user. Pain in the knee or knee muscles can arise from both local and distant regions. Was there any injury or overactivity (like walking too much or standing too long or doing many flight of stairs). If so, then the concern could be at knee or the knee muscles. Stretching knee muscles could help you. 1. To stretch your quadriceps muscles: stand near a wall or a piece of sturdy exercise equipment for support. Grasp your ankle and gently pull your heel up and back until you feel a stretch in the front of your thigh. (ref: mayo clinic) 2. To stretch your hamstring muscles: lie on the floor near the outer corner of a wall or a door frame. Raise your left leg and rest your left heel against the wall. Keep your left knee slightly bent. Gently straighten your left leg until you feel a stretch along the back of your left thigh. Hold for about 30 seconds. Switch legs and repeat. As your flexibility increases, maximize the stretch by gradually scooting yourself closer to the wall or door frame. (ref: mayo clinic) sometimes pain may originate from low back or hip joint but is observed in and around knee joint. Try to check if bending the spine forward or backward fully causes any pain in or around knee and in lying try to move hip by getting knee to chest by pressing behind the thigh. If back or hip movements aggravate your symptom try to consult an orthopaedician or orthopaedic physiotherapist.
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My mom is suffering from knee pain due to wear and tear and she is currently using aceclofenac and paracetamol tablet with dosage of 1 in the morning. Can this be used in long run? Will it have any side effects. She has diabetes and bp. What are the other options available to cure knee issue apart from operation?

DNB (Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation), MBBS
Spine and Pain Specialist, Vasco
My mom is suffering from knee pain due to wear and tear and she is currently using aceclofenac and paracetamol tablet...
Hi! I specialise in managing pain non surgically. First, the cause of pain is determined then if it is arthritis (which is most common) we can have intra articular injections (inside the joint) to relieve pain, nerve blocks and so many other interventional pain management procedures.
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I have last one year knee pain to much pain right knee. I want best homeopathic treatment for knee.

Dr.Julie Mercy J David 91% (38787ratings)
Erasmus Mundus Master in Adapted Physical Activity, MPT, BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Chennai
I have last one year knee pain to much pain right knee. I want best homeopathic treatment for knee.
Ice therapy would definitely help to reduce the inflammation. We also advise you to use knee cap which would help to prevent the knee from damaging further and also to maintain the quadriceps muscle tone. Stiffness have developed due to weakness of the ligaments &inflammed cartilage. Specific knee exercises will also help ie. Keeping ball underneath the knee and keep pressing it. That's the simple exercise which will help you to strengthen the knee. • ultrasound- which heals the damaged tissues and heals • electric stimulation / ift- which reduces the pain • kinesiology taping • application of heat or ice • soft tissue massages or knee joint mobilization 5 do’s & don’ts to reduce your knee pain. 1. Don’t take too much rest- not only your body muscles may become weaker even your joint’s pain may become worse. Take consultation from your physiotherapist to guide you with knee pain exercises which are safe for your knees & keep doing it. 2. Do exercise– exercises help in strengthening the muscles, increase flexibility & also support your knee. You can also do swimming, walking, elliptical machines & bicycles, etc. 3. Don’t avoid your weight– excess weight may increase the stress on your knee and if you have inflammatory arthritis then it may become worse. You don’t need to have ideal weight, you just need to start working to reduce the weight. 4. Rice -this process is good for joint pain caused due to minor injury or an arthritis. • • r (rest) – give some rest to your knees. • I (ice) – massage your knees with ice to reduce swelling. • c (compression)- start wearing compression bandage. • e (elevation)- keep your knee elevated. 5. Don’t wear bad shoes- we actively wear shoes in our daily life for hours without noticing how it can affect your knees badly. So, if you are facing knee pain, then check your shoes first. Is it giving you good comfort? If not then change it urgently. The importance of buying braces and splints from us – orthopaedic support braces we suggest you to wear knee brace which is available at our clinic. If you want you can buy from us, if you are far away from chennai we can send you by courier. The reason why we are conveying you to buy from us is we can demonstrate over the videocall (using whatsapp) and also we can monitor you throughout when to wear it and how long to wear it. And also if you find any difficulty wearing the brace you can also revert back to us for few more suggestions and we can propose you good solution how to go about it. Resisted terminal knee extension: make a loop with a piece of elastic tubing by tying a knot in both ends. Close the knot in a door at knee height. Step into the loop with your injured leg so the tubing is around the back of your knee. Lift the other foot off the ground and hold onto a chair for balance, if needed. Bend the knee with tubing about 45 degrees. Slowly straighten your leg, keeping your thigh muscle tight as you do this. Repeat 15 times. Do 2 sets of 15. If you need an easier way to do this, stand on both legs for better support while you do the exercise. Standing calf stretch: stand facing a wall with your hands on the wall at about eye level. Keep as arthritis is very common that you get generally bilaterally. Ice therapy would definitely help to reduce the inflammation. We also advise you to use knee cap which would help to prevent the knee from damaging further and also to maintain the quadriceps muscle tone 1. Heel and calf stretch to do this stretch: 1. Stand facing a wall. 2. Place your hands on the wall and move one foot back as far as you can comfortably. Toes on both feet should be facing forward, heels flat, with a slight bend in your knees. 3. Lean into the stretch and hold for 30 seconds. You should feel the stretch in your back leg. 4. Change legs and repeat. 5. Do this stretch twice for both legs. Short arc quad / isometeric quad exercise the short arc quad exercise is a great way to really focus in on properly contracting your quadriceps muscles. Here is how you do it: lie on your back and use a yoga block or basketball to prop your knee up. Slowly straighten your bent knee until it is all the way straight. Tighten your quad muscle with your toes pointed toward the ceiling and hold it tight for five seconds. Slowly lower your leg down. Repeat for 15 repetitions. Quadriceps, isometric (strength) this exercise is for an injured right knee. Switch sides if the injury is to your left knee. 1. Sit on the floor with your right leg straight in front of you. Bend your left knee up and put your left foot flat on the floor. 2. Flex your right foot and tighten the thigh muscles of your right leg. Press the back of your right knee toward the floor. Don’t arch your back or hunch your shoulders. 3. Hold for 5 to 10 seconds. Then relax. 4. Repeat 10 times, or as instructed. 5. Do this exercise 3 times a day, or as instructed. 2. Quadriceps stretch to do this stretch: 1. Stand next to a wall or use a chair for support. Your feet should be shoulder-width apart. 2. Bend one knee so your foot goes up toward your glutes. 3. Grab your ankle and gently pull it toward your glutes as far as you can comfortably. 4. Hold for 30 seconds. 5. Return to the starting position and change legs. 6. Repeat 2 times on each side. Hamstring stretch • take a break from strenuous activities to allow the injury to heal. • use a cane or crutches to avoiding putting your full weight on your injured leg. • apply ice packs several times a day to relieve pain and reduce swelling. • wrap the injured area with a compression bandage or wear compression shorts to minimize swelling. • rest with your leg elevated above the level of your heart, if possible, to improve drainage and minimize swelling. To do this stretch: to do this stretch: 1. For this stretch, you can use a mat to add cushioning under your back. 2. Lie down on the floor or mat and straighten both legs. Or, if it’s more comfortable, you can bend both knees with your feet flat on the floor. 3. Lift one leg off the floor. 4. Place your hands behind your thigh, but below the knee, and gently pull your knee toward your chest until you feel a slight stretch. This shouldn’t be painful. 5. Hold for 30 seconds. 6. Lower and change legs. 7. Repeat 2 times on each side. Strengthening exercises 5. Half squat to do this exercise: 1. Get into a standing squat position with your feet shoulder-width apart. Place your hands on your hips or out in front of you for balance. 2. Looking straight ahead, slowly squat down about 10 inches. This is the halfway point to a full squat. 3. Pause for a few seconds, then stand up by pushing through your heels. 4. Do 2 to 3 sets of 10 repetitions. 5. Calf raises to do this exercise: 1. Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart. Position yourself next to a wall or hold on to the back of a chair for support. 2. Lift both your heels off the ground so that you’re standing on the balls of your feet. 3. Slowly lower your heels to the starting position. Control is important with this exercise for strengthening your calf muscles. 4. Do 2 to 3 sets of 10 repetitions. 6. Hamstring curl 7. Leg extensions to do this exercise: 1. Sit up tall in a chair. 2. Put your feet flat on the floor, hip-width apart. 3. Look straight ahead, contract your thigh muscles, and extend one leg as high as possible without raising your buttocks off the chair. 4. Pause, then lower to the starting position. 5. Do 2 to 3 sets of 10 repetitions for each leg. 8. Straight leg raises to do this exercise: 1. For this exercise, you can use a mat to add cushioning under your back. 2. Lie down on the floor with one leg bent and one leg straight out in front of you. 3. Contract the quadricep of your straight leg and slowly raise it up off the floor until it’s the same height as your bent knee. 4. Pause at the top for 5 seconds, then lower to the starting position 5. Do 2 to 3 sets of 10 repetitions for each leg. 9. Side leg raises to do this exercise: 1. Lie on your side with your legs stacked on top of each other. Cradle your head in your hand, and place your other hand on the floor in front of you. 2. Raise your top leg as high as you comfortably can. You should feel this on the side of your hips. 3. Pause briefly at the top, then lower your leg. 4. Do 2 to 3 sets of 10 repetitions for each leg. 10. Prone leg raises to do this exercise: 1. For this exercise, you can use a mat to add cushioning beneath you. 2. Lie on your stomach with your legs straight out behind you. You can let your head rest on your arms. 3. Engage your glute and hamstring muscles in your left leg and lift your leg as high as you comfortably can without causing pain. Be sure to keep your pelvic bones on the floor throughout this exercise. 4. Hold your leg in the lifted position for 5 seconds. 5. Lower your leg, rest for 2 seconds, then repeat. 6. Do 2 to 3 sets of 10 repetitions for each leg. Lifestyle and home remedies rest. Take a break from your normal activities to reduce repetitive strain on your knee, give the injury time to heal and help prevent further damage. A day or two of rest may be all you need for a minor injury. More severe damage is likely to need a longer recovery time. Ice. Ice reduces both pain and inflammation. A bag of frozen peas works well because it covers your whole knee. You also can use an ice pack wrapped in a thin towel to protect your skin. Although ice therapy is generally safe and effective, don't use ice for longer than 20 minutes at a time because of the risk of damage to your nerves and skin. Heat. You may experience temporary pain relief by applying a heat pack or hot-water bottle to the painful area on your knee. Compression. This helps prevent fluid buildup in damaged tissues and maintains knee alignment and stability. Look for a compression bandage that's lightweight, breathable and self-adhesive. It should be tight enough to support your knee without interfering with circulation. Elevation. To help reduce swelling, try propping your injured leg on pillows or sitting in a recliner.
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My mother is recently facing knee pain which is now almost a 2 months time we have been applying different gel but know use she feels little heavy sometimes to lift herself to walk.

Dr.Karuna Chawla 97% (117300ratings)
BHMS
Homeopathy Doctor, Noida
My mother is recently facing knee pain which is now almost a 2 months time we have been applying different gel but kn...
follow these dos and don’ts to help your knees feel their best. 1. Don’t rest too much. Too much rest can weaken your muscles, which can worsen joint pain. Find an exercise program that is safe for your knees and stick with it. If you're not sure which motions are safe or how much you can do, talk with your doctor or a physical therapist. 2. Do exercise. Cardio exercises strengthen the muscles that support your knee and increase flexibility. Weight training and stretching do, too. For cardio, some good choices include walking, swimming, water aerobics, stationary cycling, and elliptical machines. 3. Don’t risk a fall. A painful or unstable knee can make a fall more likely, which can cause more knee damage. 4. Rest, ice, compression, and elevation (rice) is good for knee pain caused by a minor injury or an arthritis flare. Give your knee some rest, apply ice to reduce swelling, wear a compressive bandage, and keep your knee elevated. 5. Don't overlook your weight. If you're overweight, losing weight reduces the stress on your knee. You don’t even need to get to your "ideal" weight. Smaller changes still make a difference. 6. Don't be shy about using a walking aid. A crutch or cane can take the stress off of your knee. Knee splints and braces can also help you stay stable. 7. Don't let your shoes make matters worse. Cushioned insoles can reduce stress on your knees. 8. Do play with temperature. For the first 48 to 72 hours after a knee injury, use a cold pack to ease swelling and numb the pain. A plastic bag of ice or frozen peas works well. Use it for 15 to 20 minutes three or four times a day. Wrap your ice pack in a towel to be kind to your skin. After that, you can heat things up with a warm bath, heating pad, or warm towel for 15 to 20 minutes, three or four times a day. 9. Don’t jar your joint (s). High-impact exercises can further injure painful knees. Avoid jarring exercises such as running, jumping, and kickboxing. Also avoid doing exercises such as lunges and deep squats that put a lot of stress on your knees. These can worsen pain and, if not done correctly, cause injury. Homeopathy is a very effective for this problem n has very encouraging results. And homeopathic medicines are safe and do not have any side effects at all.
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I am 45 years old (female). Having continuous pain in my lower limb below the knee and swelling also. Have done test and the reports are as hemoglobin - 9.5 uric acid - 4.8 t3 - 108 t4 - 8.8 tsh - 6.17. What should I do?

Dr.Sonia Sharma 89% (33ratings)
Physiotherapist, Bharatpur
I am 45 years old (female). Having continuous pain in my lower limb below the knee and swelling also. Have done test ...
Hi, you r animic so you r use best hemoglobin diet and doing heat bath 15 mint and knee isometric excercise 20 tims and for swelling cold pack use 12 mint rubbing .i think better result you will get! get well soon.
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Doing masturbation since a long time has made knees giving cracking sound. How to recover this effect.

Dr.G.R. Agrawal 96% (34341ratings)
DHMS (Hons.)
Homeopathy Doctor, Patna
Doing masturbation since a long time has made knees giving cracking sound. How to recover this effect.
Hi, lybrate user, Restrict , excessive masturbation to check your postural disorder . Consult , privetly for a faster recovery, till, then take, homoeopathic medicine, underlying : @.Ustilago 30ch -5 drops, thrice. Avoid, junk food, alcohol and pornography. Tk, care.
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Hello im 23 years old, I have pain in back of knee and calves from 5-6 months. Mri is normal. What could be the reasons for this pain.

Dr.Julie Mercy J David 91% (38787ratings)
Erasmus Mundus Master in Adapted Physical Activity, MPT, BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Chennai
Hello
im 23 years old, I have pain in back of knee and calves from 5-6 months. Mri is normal. What could be the reaso...
Ice therapy would definitely help to reduce the inflammation. We also advise you to use knee cap which would help to prevent the knee from damaging further and also to maintain the quadriceps muscle tone. Stiffness have developed due to weakness of the ligaments &inflammed cartilage. Specific knee exercises will also help ie. Keeping ball underneath the knee and keep pressing it. That's the simple exercise which will help you to strengthen the knee. • ultrasound- which heals the damaged tissues and heals • electric stimulation / ift- which reduces the pain • kinesiology taping • application of heat or ice • soft tissue massages or knee joint mobilization 5 do’s & don’ts to reduce your knee pain. 1. Don’t take too much rest- not only your body muscles may become weaker even your joint’s pain may become worse. Take consultation from your physiotherapist to guide you with knee pain exercises which are safe for your knees & keep doing it. 2. Do exercise– exercises help in strengthening the muscles, increase flexibility & also support your knee. You can also do swimming, walking, elliptical machines & bicycles, etc. 3. Don’t avoid your weight– excess weight may increase the stress on your knee and if you have inflammatory arthritis then it may become worse. You don’t need to have ideal weight, you just need to start working to reduce the weight. 4. Rice -this process is good for joint pain caused due to minor injury or an arthritis. • • r (rest) – give some rest to your knees. • I (ice) – massage your knees with ice to reduce swelling. • c (compression)- start wearing compression bandage. • e (elevation)- keep your knee elevated. 5. Don’t wear bad shoes- we actively wear shoes in our daily life for hours without noticing how it can affect your knees badly. So, if you are facing knee pain, then check your shoes first. Is it giving you good comfort? If not then change it urgently. The importance of buying braces and splints from us – orthopaedic support braces we suggest you to wear knee brace which is available at our clinic. If you want you can buy from us, if you are far away from chennai we can send you by courier. The reason why we are conveying you to buy from us is we can demonstrate over the videocall (using whatsapp) and also we can monitor you throughout when to wear it and how long to wear it. And also if you find any difficulty wearing the brace you can also revert back to us for few more suggestions and we can propose you good solution how to go about it. Resisted terminal knee extension: make a loop with a piece of elastic tubing by tying a knot in both ends. Close the knot in a door at knee height. Step into the loop with your injured leg so the tubing is around the back of your knee. Lift the other foot off the ground and hold onto a chair for balance, if needed. Bend the knee with tubing about 45 degrees. Slowly straighten your leg, keeping your thigh muscle tight as you do this. Repeat 15 times. Do 2 sets of 15. If you need an easier way to do this, stand on both legs for better support while you do the exercise. Standing calf stretch: stand facing a wall with your hands on the wall at about eye level. Keep as arthritis is very common that you get generally bilaterally. Ice therapy would definitely help to reduce the inflammation. We also advise you to use knee cap which would help to prevent the knee from damaging further and also to maintain the quadriceps muscle tone 1. Heel and calf stretch to do this stretch: 1. Stand facing a wall. 2. Place your hands on the wall and move one foot back as far as you can comfortably. Toes on both feet should be facing forward, heels flat, with a slight bend in your knees. 3. Lean into the stretch and hold for 30 seconds. You should feel the stretch in your back leg. 4. Change legs and repeat. 5. Do this stretch twice for both legs. Short arc quad / isometeric quad exercise the short arc quad exercise is a great way to really focus in on properly contracting your quadriceps muscles. Here is how you do it: lie on your back and use a yoga block or basketball to prop your knee up. Slowly straighten your bent knee until it is all the way straight. Tighten your quad muscle with your toes pointed toward the ceiling and hold it tight for five seconds. Slowly lower your leg down. Repeat for 15 repetitions. Quadriceps, isometric (strength) this exercise is for an injured right knee. Switch sides if the injury is to your left knee. 1. Sit on the floor with your right leg straight in front of you. Bend your left knee up and put your left foot flat on the floor. 2. Flex your right foot and tighten the thigh muscles of your right leg. Press the back of your right knee toward the floor. Don’t arch your back or hunch your shoulders. 3. Hold for 5 to 10 seconds. Then relax. 4. Repeat 10 times, or as instructed. 5. Do this exercise 3 times a day, or as instructed. 2. Quadriceps stretch to do this stretch: 1. Stand next to a wall or use a chair for support. Your feet should be shoulder-width apart. 2. Bend one knee so your foot goes up toward your glutes. 3. Grab your ankle and gently pull it toward your glutes as far as you can comfortably. 4. Hold for 30 seconds. 5. Return to the starting position and change legs. 6. Repeat 2 times on each side. Hamstring stretch • take a break from strenuous activities to allow the injury to heal. • use a cane or crutches to avoiding putting your full weight on your injured leg. • apply ice packs several times a day to relieve pain and reduce swelling. • wrap the injured area with a compression bandage or wear compression shorts to minimize swelling. • rest with your leg elevated above the level of your heart, if possible, to improve drainage and minimize swelling. To do this stretch: to do this stretch: 1. For this stretch, you can use a mat to add cushioning under your back. 2. Lie down on the floor or mat and straighten both legs. Or, if it’s more comfortable, you can bend both knees with your feet flat on the floor. 3. Lift one leg off the floor. 4. Place your hands behind your thigh, but below the knee, and gently pull your knee toward your chest until you feel a slight stretch. This shouldn’t be painful. 5. Hold for 30 seconds. 6. Lower and change legs. 7. Repeat 2 times on each side. Strengthening exercises 5. Half squat to do this exercise: 1. Get into a standing squat position with your feet shoulder-width apart. Place your hands on your hips or out in front of you for balance. 2. Looking straight ahead, slowly squat down about 10 inches. This is the halfway point to a full squat. 3. Pause for a few seconds, then stand up by pushing through your heels. 4. Do 2 to 3 sets of 10 repetitions. 5. Calf raises to do this exercise: 1. Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart. Position yourself next to a wall or hold on to the back of a chair for support. 2. Lift both your heels off the ground so that you’re standing on the balls of your feet. 3. Slowly lower your heels to the starting position. Control is important with this exercise for strengthening your calf muscles. 4. Do 2 to 3 sets of 10 repetitions. 6. Hamstring curl 7. Leg extensions to do this exercise: 1. Sit up tall in a chair. 2. Put your feet flat on the floor, hip-width apart. 3. Look straight ahead, contract your thigh muscles, and extend one leg as high as possible without raising your buttocks off the chair. 4. Pause, then lower to the starting position. 5. Do 2 to 3 sets of 10 repetitions for each leg. 8. Straight leg raises to do this exercise: 1. For this exercise, you can use a mat to add cushioning under your back. 2. Lie down on the floor with one leg bent and one leg straight out in front of you. 3. Contract the quadricep of your straight leg and slowly raise it up off the floor until it’s the same height as your bent knee. 4. Pause at the top for 5 seconds, then lower to the starting position 5. Do 2 to 3 sets of 10 repetitions for each leg. 9. Side leg raises to do this exercise: 1. Lie on your side with your legs stacked on top of each other. Cradle your head in your hand, and place your other hand on the floor in front of you. 2. Raise your top leg as high as you comfortably can. You should feel this on the side of your hips. 3. Pause briefly at the top, then lower your leg. 4. Do 2 to 3 sets of 10 repetitions for each leg. 10. Prone leg raises to do this exercise: 1. For this exercise, you can use a mat to add cushioning beneath you. 2. Lie on your stomach with your legs straight out behind you. You can let your head rest on your arms. 3. Engage your glute and hamstring muscles in your left leg and lift your leg as high as you comfortably can without causing pain. Be sure to keep your pelvic bones on the floor throughout this exercise. 4. Hold your leg in the lifted position for 5 seconds. 5. Lower your leg, rest for 2 seconds, then repeat. 6. Do 2 to 3 sets of 10 repetitions for each leg. Lifestyle and home remedies rest. Take a break from your normal activities to reduce repetitive strain on your knee, give the injury time to heal and help prevent further damage. A day or two of rest may be all you need for a minor injury. More severe damage is likely to need a longer recovery time. Ice. Ice reduces both pain and inflammation. A bag of frozen peas works well because it covers your whole knee. You also can use an ice pack wrapped in a thin towel to protect your skin. Although ice therapy is generally safe and effective, don't use ice for longer than 20 minutes at a time because of the risk of damage to your nerves and skin. Heat. You may experience temporary pain relief by applying a heat pack or hot-water bottle to the painful area on your knee. Compression. This helps prevent fluid buildup in damaged tissues and maintains knee alignment and stability. Look for a compression bandage that's lightweight, breathable and self-adhesive. It should be tight enough to support your knee without interfering with circulation. Elevation. To help reduce swelling, try propping your injured leg on pillows or sitting in a recliner.
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Hello sir. My age is 27 from the last 10 days I am suffering from knee pain what happened to my knee. Is this is because of kneeling or any cause.

Dr.Rahul (Pt) 90% (531ratings)
BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Agra
Hello sir. My age is 27 from the last 10 days I am suffering from knee pain what happened to my knee. Is this is beca...
Hi there are multiple causes of knee pain but most common cause osteoarthritis of knee, as primary diagnosis lets first go for x ray ap view of knee joint .if findings in x ray not cleared then go for higher level examination of knee. Well before high level examination meet near by physiotherapist they will assess you ,treats you and manage yours pain. Thank you.
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