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I have a cyst on my shin near ankle and pain from my knee to my foot on the front side of my leg. Please help me figure this out.

I have a cyst on my shin near ankle and pain from my knee to my foot on the front side of my leg. Please help me figure this out.

The two may not be : Related. The cyst should be examined by a doctor anyway. The pain from the knee to the foot could be many things from shin splints to a stress fracture to a tendonitis to a neuritis. See an orthopedist for clinical exam and treatment. ...Read more

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Dr. Frederick Buechel
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Knee Pain (Definition)

Knee pain is a clinical finding in which the joint (where the bones meet) of the knee is painful to move. This can occur with Injury, arthritis, crystal build up in joints, ...Read more


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What foot support can treat knee pain immediately?

What foot support can treat knee pain immediately?

Replacement insoles: Take the insoles out of your shoes and replace them with ones that have more cushioning and support. I like spenco products. The one i recommend most is the spenco polysorb cross-trainer insole. This will give you cushioning at heel strike and help decrease the impact on your knee. It may not have an "immediate" effect though. See an orthopedist. ...Read more

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Foot and knee pain, (not on any meds.) what meds would help with this?

Foot and knee pain, (not on any meds.) what meds would help with this?

Foot knee pain: It would be best to discover the cause of your pain by speaking with your doctor. But in the meantime you could take over-the-counter anti-inflammatories. ...Read more

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I'm only 22 but I have knee pain. I'm used to some since i'm on my feet all day, but it's now so bad couldn't go to the store afterwork. Please help!

Patellofemoral pain: With your age and no history of injury and w/out any other information or a physical examination the most likely cause of your pain is your kneecap( patellofemoral). The cartilage beneath your kneecap can soften and cause pain esp. W/stair climbing , stair master , lunges, squats , or just keeping your knees bent for a period of time( sitting in an airplane, church etc).Anatomy, weight, jt. Laxity. ...Read more

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I hve a sedentary lyf recently started yoga.Since 3-4 days developed sharp catch like l knee pain while climbng up & dwn stair.Im f 27yr 5 feet wt70kg?

I hve a sedentary lyf recently started yoga.Since 3-4 days developed sharp catch like l knee pain while climbng up & dwn stair.Im f 27yr 5 feet wt70kg?

Patellofemoral pain: It is usually the squatting and lunges in yoga that cause your kneecap to hurt with stairs. Try avoiding that. Also ice after yoga may help. If it doesn't get better you should see an orthopedist who will probably prescribe physical therapy. ...Read more

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Can a injured foot cause knee pain. ?

Yes: 25 y/o Female asks, Can an injured foot cause knee pain. Simple Answer is Yes, depending on how one 'favors' the injured foot to avoid/ diminish pain. Instead of getting "2 pains for 1' see PCP to help out. ...Read more

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What kind of doctor for foot and knee pain?

What kind of doctor for foot and knee pain?

Physiatrist: A physiatrist (doctor of physical medicine and rehabilitation) can diagnose the cause(s) of pain, recommend treatments to improve it, and help facilitate a rehabilitation program to prevent it from recurring. ...Read more

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If I have flat feet, will that cause me to have knee pain?

If I have flat feet, will that cause me to have knee pain?

Flat feet: First you need to determine if you have flat feet ( feet with no arch) or over pronation. If your feet over pronation can cause outside knee pain due to the malalignment of the legs and feet. ...Read more

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