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Knee pain

Knee pain

What function does the knee perform?

Knees help to support the body firmly. They also allow the legs to bend and straighten. Both flexibility and stability are needed for standing, walking, running, bowing, jumping and spinning. The other parts of the body help the knee perform its function. That is:

  • Bone.
  • Cartilage.
  • Muscles.
  • Ligament.
  • Tendon.

If any of these parts are damaged, the knee may be painful and unable to function.

Who has problems with the knee?

Men, women, and children can have problems with the knee. They occur in people of all races and ethnic origins.

What causes knee problems?

Mechanical problems with the knee can be caused by:

  • Direct kick or sudden movement of the knee.
  • Osteoarthritis in the knee due to abrasion of the knee parts.
  • Knee inflammation may be due to some rheumatic diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, lupus erythematosus. These conditions cause swelling, which can damage the knee permanently.

How do you diagnose knee problems?

Doctors diagnose knee problems by:

  • Medical history.
  • Physical examination.
  • Diagnostic tests (eg x-rays, bone scan, CAT scan, MRI, endoscopic arthroscopy and biopsy).

Osteoarthritis of the knee:

The most common type of knee arthritis is osteoarthritis. In this condition, the cartilage in the knee is worn out gradually. The treatment for osteoarthritis is:

  • Pain medications such as aspirin and acetaminophen.
  • Swelling and inflammation medications such as ibuprofen and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).
  • Exercise to improve mobility and strength.
  • Weight loss.

Arthritis is another form of arthritis that affects the knee. Rheumatoid arthritis and cartilage can be damaged. Treatments include:

  • Physical therapy.
  • Medicine.
  • Surgery to replace the knee (with severe knee injury).

Cartilage damage and cartilage disorders

Chondromalacia (pronounced KON-dro-muh-lay-she-uh) occurs when the cartilage in the kneecap is softened. This can be caused by injury, excessive exercise or weakness or if the parts of the knee are deflected. Chondric cartilage can develop if a strong attack on the kneecap dislodges a piece of cartilage or piece of cartilage that contains bone fragments.

Knee Problems

Cartilage (meniscus, pronounced meh-NISS-kus) is a C-shaped cartilage that acts as a cushion between the femur and tibia. Cartilage can be easily damaged if the knee is twisted while under heavy load. May be partially or totally broken. If broken, cartilage is still connected to the front and back of the knee. If broken large, cartilage may be suspended by cartilage. The severity of the injury depends on the location and size of the fracture.

Treatments for cartilage injuries include:

  • Strengthening muscular exercises.
  • Power to strengthen muscles.
  • Surgery of severe injuries.

Ligament injury:

  • Two common ligaments of the knee are the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and the posterior ligaments (PCL). The lesions in these ligaments are sometimes called “sprains.” ACLs are most often stretched or cut off (or both) due to sudden twisting movements. PCL is often injured by direct action such as an automobile accident or a soccer ball.
  • Middle and lateral knee ligaments are injured by a blow to the outside of the knee. This can stretch the ligaments and cause them to break. These blows often occur in sports such as football or hockey.

Ligament injury is treated with:

  • Ice packs (immediately after injury) to reduce swelling.
  • Strengthening muscular exercises.
  • Brace.
  • Surgery (with more severe injuries).

Trauma and tendon disorders

Three types of lesions and tendon disorders are:

  • Tendinitis (tendonitis) and tendon rupture.
  • Osgood – Schlatter disease.
  • Tibial bone syndrome.

Tendon lesions range from tendinitis (tendonitis) to rupture (tear). Tendonitis is most often caused by:

  • Extreme activity (especially in some sports). Stretching stretches like a stretched and inflated rubber band. Try to keep from falling. If the thigh muscles contract, the tendon may break. This is most likely to occur in the weakened elderly.
  • A type of knee tendinitis is called the knee of a jumper’s knee. In sports that require dancing like basketball, tendons may be inflamed or broken.
  • Osgood-Schlatter disease is caused by compression or stretching of the part of the upper limb that develops. The disease causes swelling in the knees and upper limb bones. It can happen if someone’s vein is cut off from the bone, carrying a piece of bone. Young people running while playing sports can suffer from this type of injury.
  • Tendonitis syndrome occurs when the tendon rubs against the outer bone of the knee and causes swelling. The syndrome occurs if the knee is over-exercised for a long time. This sometimes happens during sports training.

Treatments for lesions and tendon disorders include:

  • Rested.
  • Ice.
  • Lift up.
  • Medications such as aspirin or ibuprofen to reduce swelling.
  • Rested.
  • Ice.
  • Elastic bandage on the knee.
  • Strengthening muscular exercises.
  • Inject the cortisone into the fold.
  • Surgery to remove folds if the first treatment does not resolve the problem.

What kind of doctor treats knee problems?

Knee and knee problems are usually treated by an orthopedic doctor (a doctor who treats bone, joint, ligaments, tendons, and muscles) for treatment.

How can people prevent knee problems?

Some knee problems (such as problems caused by accidents) can not be prevented. But many knee problems can be prevented by doing the following:

  • Get started before playing sports. Walking and stretching are good boot exercises. Tension before and after the thigh is a good way to start knee.
  • Make your leg muscles healthy by doing some exercises (such as climbing stairs, cycling on site or weight training).
  • Avoid sudden changes in your exercise intensity.
  • Boost your strength or activity time slowly.
  • Wear suitable shoes and in good condition.
  • Maintain a healthy weight. Weight gain adds pressure to the knee.

What type of exercise is best for people with knee problems?

The three best forms of exercise for people with arthritis are:

  • Exercise in the field of exercise. These exercises help maintain or enhance flexibility. They also help to reduce knee stiffness.
  • Strengthening exercise. These exercises help maintain or increase muscle strength. Healthy muscles help to support and protect the joints from inflammation.
  • Aerobic or endurance exercises. These exercises improve heart function and blood circulation. They also help control weight. Some studies show that aerobic exercise can reduce swelling in some joints.

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