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I have persistant knee pain 1 yr. After arthro. Knee surg. Is it ok to ride my bike on flatish trails in the woods?

I have persistant knee pain 1 yr. After arthro. Knee surg. Is it ok to ride my bike on flatish trails in the woods?

Knee pain: Cycling & swimming are activities that allow knee motion without stress of full body weight, & frequent knee motion often reduces knee pain associated with arthritis or thinning cartilage. Pain that worsens during activity, or knee pain associated with clicking, significant swelling, locking or giving out should be evaluated by a musculoskeletal expert. See how you tolerate an easy ride 1st. ...Read more

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50, f, had arthro. Knee surg. 1 yr. Ago. When I don't exercise knee feels ok. But going walking hurts after. Xrays mris look good. Want to loose weight?

50, f, had arthro. Knee surg. 1 yr. Ago. When I don't exercise knee feels ok. But going walking hurts after. Xrays mris look good. Want to loose weight?

May need PT: Its not uncommon to have knee discomfort or even pain many months after knee scope. Knee may have subtle motion loss or strength deficits. You may benefit from physical therapy. If you have tried pt and you still have symptoms, get another opinion. It's rare to have normal studies and have pain. Something maybe being missed. ...Read more

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After arthro. Knee surg. Mri, xrays look good. Still hurts to walk 1 yr later. Is it ok to walk even though it hurts?

After arthro. Knee surg. Mri, xrays look good. Still hurts to walk 1 yr later. Is it ok to walk even though it hurts?

It's probably ok but: I question the etiology for your pain/discomfort if its just inflamed it should calm down with nsaids or a cortisone shot if that doesn't work you still may have something wrong in your knee i did a similar case a month ago and the patient had a meniscal tear which either wasn't treated or got worse since last year she's now better. ...Read more

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F, 50, two mri, xrays good, had 3rd opinion. Arthro. Knee surg. Yr. Ago. Will the pain go away? Hurts to walk. Biking is tolerable. 5'4 150lbs

F, 50, two mri, xrays good, had 3rd opinion. Arthro. Knee surg. Yr. Ago. Will the pain go away? Hurts to walk. Biking is tolerable. 5'4 150lbs

Maybe.: Pain may never resolve completely, but hard to say as this 4th opinion is worth much less than the first three who have seen you directly. You have a complicated problem which may never be answered to your satisfaction. ...Read more

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I am 49 yr. F, had arthro. Knee surg. 8 mos. Ago. Still having pain walking. 2 mris look good, slighr swelling, should I do cortisone or knee replace?

I am  49 yr. F, had arthro. Knee surg. 8 mos. Ago. Still having pain walking. 2 mris look good, slighr swelling, should I do cortisone or knee replace?

Medical consultation: There mare so many causes of joints pains that a medical consultation is a good idea. Arthroscopy really examines the joint space and possibly some debris was removed.. Rarely an answer in itself. A diagnosis of the condition is needed. ...Read more

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Had arthro. Knee surg. Yr. Ago. Went to specialist after. Xrays, MRI looked good. I still ice, take motrin. Help! 49, f.?

Dr. Allen Lu Dr. Lu
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Had arthro. Knee surg. Yr. Ago. Went to specialist after. Xrays, MRI looked good. I still ice, take motrin. Help! 49, f.?

Hamstring Tendinitis: The most common cause of persistent knee difficulties after arthroscopic knee surgery (or any knee injury) is persistent quad weakness. This in turn causes a limp, which aggravates the hamstring tendons. Exercises to retrain the quad muscles can help. These exercises include straight leg raises, exercise bicycle, and gentle stairclimbing. Forcing yourself not to limp will also help. ...Read more

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2 yrs. Since arthro. Knee surg. Shaved cartilage, MRI xray good. Still hurts exercising. Should i exercise regardless and ice after. Seen spe.?

No: It is important to understand the pain and it's cause. Most important is to engage in a comprehensive physical therapy program. Consider injectional therapies that may help with the pain and dysfunction of your condition which i presume in osteoarthritis and or a meniscal tear. Seek another opinion with a primary care sports medicine specialist. ...Read more

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I have unexplained knee pain. Had arthro. Surg. Aug. 9, tried everything. Still major pain w/activity. Help seen many dr's ?

I have unexplained knee pain. Had arthro. Surg.  Aug. 9, tried everything. Still major pain w/activity. Help seen many dr's ?

..: This is a specific medical complaint which has already been operated on that should be seen and examined by an orthopedic surgeon, specifically a sports-orthopedist. ...Read more

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What causes a pain in the knees?

What causes a pain in the knees?

Many causes: Osteo or rheumatoid arthritis, chondromalasia, medial or lateral meniscus tear, collateral ligament tear, intra-articulate hemorrhage from trauma or bleeding disorders, joint effusion, and osgood schlater syndrome. ...Read more

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I have pains in the sides of my knees?

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I have pains in the sides of my knees?

Long list: Pain can also be referred from back or hip. Common inside knee pain could be due arthritis, medial meniscus tear, strain of the ligament (mcl), inflammation of hamstring tendons, bursitis, plica, or knee cap region wear/tendonitis. Pain outside may be due to arthritis, lateral meniscus tear, strain of ligament (lcl), itband syndrome, popliteus tendinitis, knee cap region wear or tendonitis. ...Read more

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How to whiten knees?

How to whiten knees?

How to whiten knees: How to whiten knees. Please rephrase the question. I have no clue what you are asking Keep well ...Read more

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How to lose knee fat?

Can't: You have only two options: 1. Lose body weight all over-cannot "spot" reduce. 2. If you increase the size of muscles around the knee, you will be more taut or tight and look better. Plus the exercise will help loosing weight. ...Read more

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What is runner's knee?

What is runner's knee?

Many causes: A runner's knee is essentially pain in the knee but it can involve different structures like the problems with the bones (patella), tendons around the knee (IT band) or problems inside the joint itself. Depending on the severity of the pain, the presence or swelling, the treatment would be different. ...Read more

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What is a locked knee?

What is a locked knee?

Unable to straighten: Inability to straighten the knee without hurting. Most likely cause is a meniscal problem; other causes include a loose body. Your orthopod would be able to diagnose and treat you for this problem. ...Read more

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Why are my knees stiff?

Why are my knees stiff?

many possibles: There are several possible issues including arthritis, tendinitis and chondromalacia. See an orthopedist if you are concerned. ...Read more

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Inner pain in my knees?

Inner pain in my knees?

Needs hx. and physi: See you doctor for an appropriate history and physical exam. There are many, many causes. ...Read more

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I having pain in my knees.?

I having pain in my knees.?

See a doctor: You need a more thorough history to be taken, and exam to be done, and maybe some xrays. ...Read more

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What is wrong with me knee?

What is wrong with me knee?

Knee Problems: The knee is a complex joint with many different potential pain generators (meniscus, ligaments, cartilage, etc.) that may become damaged or inflamed. A good history and physical exam by an experienced clinician can help identify the pain generator(s) and advise you on a treatment plan. ...Read more

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My knees are killing me why?

My knees are killing me why?

Many possibilities: You should seek out a physician especially if the symptoms persist or are associated with other symptoms such as fever. Have you done excessive or unusual activity recently which may have precipitated the pain? ...Read more

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