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Knee Pain And Stiffness When Squatting And Rising
Cause of knees popping? They pop when i squat down and have for 3-4 years. I also have knee pain in my right knee everyday
Patellofemoral syndr: Patellofemoral syndrome common cause of popping (crepitus) in front of knee. Focus on retraining quadriceps muscles. ...Read more
15 years old female, mild joint stiffness in morning that doesn't last too long, constant fatigue, mild reynauds, chronic knee pain, could it be RA?
Joint pain& fatigue: Yes it could be Rheumatoid arthritis, but other causes of arthritis should be considered, also Lyme disease since you are suffering from chronic fatigue, see your Dr. Your pediatrician might do some work up or refere you to a rheumatologist. Feel better. ...Read more
30,M.Chronic knee pain,1yr. Sitting on chair and bending knees increases while mild squats reduces pain.I sit long duration to study.MRI- NAD. Reason?
Yes: Reasonable if recommended by treating physicianGet a more detailed answer ›
Knee pain i was excercising and doing squats when my right knee started hurting. I put ice on it for an entire day and most of the pain subsided. It has been over 2 weeks but I am still having pain when i get up in the morning and sometimes at night. My k
Most : Most likely you may have some ligament sprain, but if the pain continue to bother you then you should get the knee examined by orthopedics to rule out any meniscal injury inside the knee.Sometimes while doing exercise or while playing sports our knee gets twisted and there may be a meniscus tear. Sprain should subside on its own. Other possibility is some ostoearthritis but that depends upon things like age, overweight, morning stiffness. So if the pain doesnt subside please have your primary care refer to orthopedics.Thanks. ...Read more
Ugly squats hurt: Sorry, that title seems harsh, but more than likely, when one has knee pain when squatting or lunging, it is due to poor form. The exercise must be done properly, with your weight shifted to the rear of the feet. When you bend the knees, the knees should be directly above the ankles, not in front of them (or to the right or left), and do not bend the knees past 90 degrees. ...Read more
Squats: Yes you should. It probably indicates poor form that in turn is harming the knee joint. You should not continue without being evaluated. ...Read more
Knee: Relieving knee pain after injury is multifactorial. A proper diagnosis is necessary: acute vs. Chronic/overuse as the treatment may be entirely different. A locked knee with a torn and dislodged meniscus may require arthroscopic surgery. Anterior knee pain from going up and down stairs usually responds to physical therapy. ...Read more
Definitely, yes: The fact is squats can cause knee pain, especially when they’re performed incorrectly. If you have knee pain with full squats, you may have injured your knee without knowing it. See your PCP for evaluation and check with certified personal trainer, how to perform your squats correctly. Good luck. ...Read more
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