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I Can T Bend My Knee
Knee problem: Have u injured your knee? May have torn a meniscus with a piece getting caught in the joint space & limiting flexion. Another possibility is a baker's cyst at the back of the knee (unlikely at your age). See your pcp or orthopedics for full knee evaluation & options for treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I can't bend my knee all the way back. It also like pops when i jump or do some kind of activities. I don't know what's wrong.?
It is not normal: For some body in your age you must have mechanical to cause the not to bend, this condition need to be checked by exam and possibly mri. As far as popping when doing activities, the most common cause of it something we call plica in the knee which is remnant of embryonic tissue in the knee if it bother could be taken out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: It all depends on how far post-op you are. If it is just a couple of days then work on sliding your heel up and down the bed. If you are a couple of weeks to months out from surgery you could have excessive scar that formed. Of course it also depends on what diagnosis they found during surgery. If there was bone on bone arthritis that could also cause the knee to lock up. ...Read more
I'm 6'8" , could this be why I can't bend my knee for long without uncomfortable pain or would it be trauma caused ? I don't have any visible trauma.
I can't bend my knee. It doesn't hurt that much when I straight my knee. During gym class a fat kid fell on my right knee. It hurts when I try to get ?
We can't diagnose: your injury on this site. However, please let your parents know so that they can determine if this warrants medical evaluation. Take care. ...Read more
After knee surgery, what's the best way to build my quads back up as i can't bend my knee very much at the moment?
I can't bend my knee. No pain, just pulling through kneecap and feels "fat"-only hurts when I push a spot under my lower thigh, been 2 wks - thoughts?
I had a knee scope done 3 weeks ago just for a clean up, and now I can't bend my knee past 70 degeees without pain and tightness. Should I be worried?
Common: Common, not normal. See your surgeon.Get a more detailed answer ›
I have water in my knee. Is there a way to make it go down because I can't bend my knee past 90 degrees?
I just missed a step and my knee twisted and popped. Now i can't bend my knee or bare weight. Severe pain on outside and in the back of my knee. ?
Should i go and see an orthopedic doctor if i can't bend my knee for 5 minutes? I can't sit without my knee hurting
I can't bend my knee all the way, although i can move it side ways, and I can run distances, play a demanding sport (football) with out feeling pain.
Fluid in the knee: Mostly likely you have fluid in the knee. Is the problem in only one knee?Did it begin after a trauma? Do get checked for a cause, for changes you may need to make in your training program or movement mechanics, and to work out an appropriate treatment plan. In the meantime, apply local ice to the knee to see if that helps the range of motion, and avoid activities that make it worse. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I did ACL reconstruction surgery bk in 2010 until now i can't bend my knee full like before , i feel pain inside my knee , i hear sound when i bend it?
Medial meniscus repair with sutures 3 weeks ago is normal that I can't bend my knee or do squats, in pain is this normal?
You Have Kneesles!!: Do squats?? You crazy?? You need a few weeks of rehab!! The surgery is one thing, but the rehab is everything else! Squats put the most stress on your knee (short of jumping out of a window with your legs flexed). Don't expect normal range of motion for a while. Work up to full activity gradually. Find a good physical therapist and get to it. He or she can fill you in on all the rest. ...Read more
I had medial meniscus tear repair surgery synovial plica inflammation and some cartilage damage 3 weeks ago I can't bend my knee is it normal?
Medial meniscus tear: After repair it may need upto 4-6 weeks to get good recovery. So please continue therapy. If your range of motion stopped improving then you need to see your surgeon. ...Read more