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Is Running In Place Bad For The Knees
It sure CAN be...: If you are concerned about the effects of running on your knees, the most important factor is heel strike cushioning. My favorite insole is the spenco polysorb cross-trainer replacement insole. Http://www. Spenco. Com/products/footcare/poly-sorb/cross-trainer. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
See an orthopedist: The causes of knee pain while running are many. You may have damage to cartilage or a meniscus, chronic trauma to the joint, possible stress fracture etc. Se an orthopedist to make proper diagnosis. Measures may include simple use of orthotics or other supports, physical therapy, anti inflammatory drugs etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am out of running for while now but I want to prepare for marathon next year. When ever I start running my knee starts paining badly please help?
See specialist: See a sports medicine specialist and orthopaedic surgeon, and possibly a podiatrist, in that order. It may require strengthening exercises, orthotics, different shoes, modification of your gait / stride / body position, or even surgery, or a combination of these to treat your problem. However - proper treatment starts with the correct diagnosis. Good Luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I run for 15 minutes in morning and 15 mins in evening on grassy ground. Very comfortable, no pain anywhere. Can this running be bad for my knee?
Running +knee: Hello ~ it depends if there is a preceding problem with the knee or not and believe me, your knee will soon tell you if it is! Thanks ...Read more
Whenever I sit down for a long time and get up I feel my knees tight and they kinda hurt. I exercise a lot (crossfit/running) is it bad?
No: A small amount of pain is not bad but if this gets worse or persists you should see an orthopedist. ...Read more
Overuse injuries: Overuse and improper form can always accelerate wear and tear of joints. I strongly advice you have your feet evaluated for proper foot alignment and evaluation of your arch, whether you land on the inside, outside or dead on mid foot. You'll be amazed how many problems can be avoided by wearing the correct brand of running shoe for you. I walk/jog 45 mins a day, the shoe makes a big difference! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Have bad knee on outside and can't run without limping. Forced to stop running through pain and last for weeks after. Also have morton's toe?
Knee really hurts when running/kicking, has sort of recovered but as soon as I play football it gets bad again?
Pain in knee: Pain is the way of our body telling us something is wrong. So. U need to be evaluated by a specialist, or try a virtual consult ...Read more
I fell on my knee and now it hurts and now it feels like I have water sensation running down my leg? I have bad sciatic problems and can barely walk.
35 yrs old 4 children and have bad knee pain with nerve pain running down both legs especially when sitting down or in bed more pain when I go gym?
Good Examination: Not sure if your pregnancy history has a role in your current pain? There are some pregnancy related back problems. You have symptoms of discogenic pain and sciatica. At this point I would recommend a good history and examination to better diagnosis your problem. Therapy would be a good first step. However, not all therapy is the same; it is very dependent on the diagnosis and examination. ...Read more
I got problem s with my knee, I'm a runner and I'm running everyday, but it s about 1 week than I didn't run?
Muscle soreness and: Co- co-contraction to protect your knee. The condition is a post-exercise muscle pain that may result from excessive workouts. Presenting symptoms include muscle stiffness, palpable tenderness, and pain with active muscle contractions. Symptoms usually subside within a short period of time without any residual effects. Rest and drink a lots of water. Rec.: see your PCP for evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: Try to run on soft surface (grass) and have good runnind shoes. ...Read more
Strengthen: Quadriceps muscles and tape your kneecap based on the direction it goes when your walk or run. This can be accomplished by seeing a sports training physical therapy program. If this isn't helping then consider evaluation by an orthopedic sports medicine specialist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers