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Can't Straighten My Knee
I can't straighten my knee without pain i can hardly walk or stand must keep the knee slightly bent to prevent pain it just happened suddenly after sit?
Get it checked : Orthopedic surgeon can tell you if its a significant meniscal tear or loose body causing impingement, that could warrant scope. ...Read more
I had plica removed along with a chondroplasty now i can't straighten my knee. I was told that I have arthrofibrosis. What is the treatment for that?
Depends.: Arthrofibrosis is scar tissue. Sometimes it will respond to an oral medication called a Medrol Dosepack (prednisone). If that fails, you may need arthroscopic surgery to remove the scar tissue. Keep up with your physical therapy motion exercises. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
So i had played 6 games of volleyball in a tourney, so now i can't straighten out my knee when i walk, but i can laying down. Whats the problem?
Difficult to say: Without an exam, but could be a meniscal tear, patellar maltracking problem, synovitis, muscle spasm. Being more specific could help. Tell where the pain is, how bad, when do you get it, did you injure the knee, does it catch or lock, has this happened before. ...Read more
I can't bend or straighten my knee w/o it being very painful. It doesn't pop and i can do a squat without it hurting. This came out of no where. ?
See a doctor: If your knee is not swollen, the inability to straighten it completely or bend it means that something is physically blocking the joint. However, squatting involves bending so i wonder what you mean by "can't bend". There are a few possibilities but you will need to see a doctor. ...Read more
My knee popped then i had extreme pain in my lower back that has made walking very difficult can't straighten my back? And my knee hurts please help
Need to see orthopod: When a knee pops as you describe it often indicates an injury or tear to an internal structure like the meniscus. The back pain may be related to the injury but the persistent knee pain may need attention - anti-inflammatories and pt initially but may also need arthroscopic saurgery. ...Read more