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Back Of Knee Pain
I did landscaping for six years.Since then I have had chronic back and knee pain what should I do?
Possibly: If your knee pain causes you to limp the altered mechanics of motion in your back may lead to pain. On the other hand if there is nerve compression in the back it may lead to nerve pain that radiates to the knee. Or there may be a problem in both areas. Careful evaluation is the key to diagnosis. ...Read more
Many possibilities: The first question becomes are the symptoms stemming from one area of injury/pathology, or are the 2 pains separate entities? May be referred pain from back, may be systemic disease causing both, may be knee pain causing poor gait patterns leading to back pain, etc ( list goes on). Evaluation is always best, in order to let a specialist find the cause/causes and treat appropriately from there. ...Read more
Depends on the anato: I you have a flat foot , you need one type of shoe. If you have an high arch , you need another type. If you have a forefoot equinus and you wear a flat shoe you will be in agony daily. If you ligaments are bad , the shes do not matter as the pain will be there. Visit www.Getprolo.Cpm or www.Aaomed.Org for adoctor to help you. ...Read more
Key-once in a while: Hydrocodone (vicodin, norco, (hydrocodone and acetaminophen) others) has the potential to be highly addictive when taken for more than a short period of time-perhaps a week or two. If it truly "once in a while, " then there is probably know harm. I make my living treating opiate dependence, and most patients started slowly, then gradually increased to opiate dependence. See my website www.Opiatcure.Com. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Back of knee pain at the bend gets worse as day goes. It's tight & inflamed could this be as related or something else. Pain for a month gettin worse?
Bakers cyst: There are a number of possibilities, but probably the most common is a bakers cyst; which is a herniation of the posterior aspect of the capsule between two tendons in the back of the knee. It can cause the back of the knee to be swollen, tender, and quite painful. Because having a blood clot is another possibility and can be life threatening, you should be checked. ...Read more
I have had back of knee pain for a few weeks, sore when straightening from acute angle and hurts most if a twist happens. Should I use a support?
Investigate why?: Sounds like it could be a Bakers cyst! These are knee fluid collection in a cyst behind the knee, likely as a result of trauma, wear and tear,i.e. A torn meniscus?, should get an MRI to better understand why this is occurring!A support may make it worse! Need to find out what causes the fluid buildup up! May need to aspirated knee, please see a rheumatologist or Ortho, Best! ...Read more
My left knee is not recovering(7day), I can't squad fully and hard for me to stand after squatting, around back of knee pain when bending, any advice?
I am disabled-56 yrs old with diabetes and chronic back and knee pain, plus clinically depressed. Any suggestions?
What do you advise if i want to tone up but back and knee pain prevents me from doing high impact workouts. What are my options?
Core Exercises: Typically core strengthening exercises are the best to help relieve pressure and forces in the spine. I would try and google some or look them up on youtube to see descriptions. If you can do them yourself, wonderful otherwise ask your doctor to get a referral to a good physical therapist for further assistance. If your knees hurt that much, recommend getting imaging studies to see whats up. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pain back of knee &pain underneath kneecap on shin. extreme limp after sitting down.feels stiff but stretched out. No injury,pain for about 2months?
Chondromalacia patel: this sounds like chondromalacia patella which is softening of the cartilage underneath your kneecap. Best treatment for this is to do exercises that strengthen your quadriceps muscles. You can discuss with your physician about this or after your evaluation if x-rays and other imaging looks okay you could have physical therapy help you work on a new program ...Read more
New to the area have been on methadone 10 mg, lisinopril 20 mg ,amiodipine 10 mg 7 years for back and knee pain . Looking for dr to continue my care?
Should be no problem: for the amlodopine and lisinopril, but good luck on the methadone front. The time to find a doctor when you are on a controlled substance is BEFORE you make a move. This should be done in concert with the original prescribing physician, who can both help locate a prospective doctor for you, send records and have a discussion so the other doctor feels comfortable with prescribing methadone. ...Read more
Help nerve function: The best way to maximize nerve function and repair is to use them- to help them reorganize. A physiatrist can determine if you would benefit from medications specifically for nerve pain. Acupuncture can be beneficial. Most importantly, stimulation of the nerves/muscules involved from a prescribed exercise/ physical therapy regimen will promote improvement. ...Read more
Knee pain no injury feels like pressure in my knee knee cap & back of knee pain hurts to do anything what gives?
Common: Bending or using the knee too much, arthritis , bursitis, a collection of fluid in the knee, a tear in the meniscus, a tear in a ligament, muscle strain, conditions that don’t involve the knee(hip, other), knee injuries, a knee joint infection, or a condition called gout, which causes crystals to form inside joint. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Back of knee pain.When i put pressure on it there is a sharp pain in the back/middle of my knee. It also hurts to bend it. Is it just a sprain?
Maybe: It could be a strain, but could also be an injury to the articular cartilage (lining of the ends of the bone), meniscus (cartilage pad), or even a fracture. If your symptoms do not respond to rest, ice, and anti-inflammatory meds or is causing you severe limitations, see an orthopedic doctor for an evaluation. If he/she feels further testing is needed, an xray or MRI will be ordered. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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