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What Are The Best Therapies For A Knee Click When Walking Up Stairs
Find the cause 1st: A clicking sensation in the joint is due to something getting caught between the joint surfaces. The stair climbing puts extra pressure on the joint and exacerbates the clicking. It's usually due to a loose body of calcium like a bone spur from arthritis broken off in the joint or a torn piece of cartiladge like a torn meniscus getting caught in there. Start with an x-ray, then maybe an mri. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Your doctor may also suggest a safe exercise plan. Walking is usually the easiest type of exercise, but swimming or other low-impact exercises can work just as well. Exercise is an important way to keep blood sugar in control, and physical activity in pregnancy has been found to decrease the risk ...Read more
Tripped&hit knee hard on corner of table week ago clicking when walking Pain up/dwn stairs Swelling&more pain@end of day X-ray clean seek addtl care?
My wife has a crooked knee cap, what physical should she take and is walking up stairs prohibited in particular after physical therapy?
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My knee started clicking above the knee cap when I walk up the stairs or demi plie. What is it? Are there there exercises to correct it?
Chrondromalacia pate: Here is a website that will give all the information that you need http://www.healthline.com/health/chondromalacia-patella#Overview1 ...Read more
I workout pretty hard and recently my knee has been clicking when i walk down stairs or try to do any leg exercises. No pain. What could this be?
Chondromalacia: If it is the knee cap that is clicking it is probably chondromalacia, the is a condition where there is irregularity on the back of the kneecap that tends to catch when you squat or use stairs. There are exercises and knee braces that may help. First go to you doctor or a sports medicine doctor to be checked. ...Read more
My knee was clicking a few times when I was walking and got painful. What could of caused that.is my patella moveing where it's not ment to go?
Meniscus problem: You may have a damaged meniscus (a flat crescent-shaped piece of cartilage - or "gristle" - in the knee joint). At your age, trauma from sport or accident are the more likely causes. Do you have knee swelling? Is the pain worse going up or down stairs, aggravated or relieved by activity? Patella is less likely, but do discuss this with your primary medical provider or specialist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have patellofemoral and my knee has been almost clicking. What can I do? I ham going to therapy and I am wearing a sleeve on my knee.
My knee caps have been clicking for the past 3 weeks and when avoidable they click on their own when walking, i'm a teenager, what's happening?
Patellofemoral Syndr: Pf syndrome is the most common cause of non-traumatic knee pain (and clicking) and is especially common in young females. It is caused by an imbalance between the knee hinge and the muscles of the thigh, the quadriceps, and often develops after a recent period of increased physical activity like sports. Fortunately, it's easily and effectively treatable with physical therapy so go get some! ...Read more
My knee is grinding and clicking & locking. i already had one surgery. i've tried physical therapy, injections, exercises, meds. what can i do next. ?
My right knee clicks when walking upstairs on every step, also when walking up s steep bank. My left knee recently started to click too.
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