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Will I Get Knee Problems If I Jog Daily On The Treadmill Fir 25 Minutes
Repetive injury: Some people do, of course some don't but you are more likely if you are doing the same repetitive activity daily without a rest period. Also changing the workout routine is important. Running is a high stress and overweight people and those with either knock knees or bowlegs also may develop knee pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I was on the treadmill jogging for 15 minutes and i feel my right knee get pain. There's a lump and feels bruised for the past 5 days. No improvement?
Hey running on treadmill causes future knee problems is it so ? Am using nike lunar ion series of shoes and i almost run for 2.5 kms daily
I sometimes feel weakness in knees after jogging on the treadmill. Is that something to be concerned about?
Bilateral knee pain/soreness. Recently started jogging with intervals on treadmill. Do I keep jogging and work it out or stop?
Change up routine: The treadmill and interval routine may be too much impact on your knees. Incorporate a good warm up routine with hamstring stretching. Also consider trying ellipticals or stationary bicycle which can have less impact. Minimize resistance until you have had a chance to have a formal evaluation with a Sports MD. In addition a formal course of PT with core strengthening is likely in order.Let me know ...Read more
Treadmill: Good arch supported shoes, ice, rest, less incline and speed on the treadmill, using a good quality treadmill, adequate warmup, cool-down, and stretching. ...Read more
Knee microfracture in May, TAH/BSO in July. PT for 8 weeks. Weight creeping up. Did treadmill for 30 min, knee is painful, not miserableKeep going?
How painful: Since you are 6 months postop you should be able to do the treadmill without much pain. You really shouldn't be having pain. Maybe it's just discomfort? How about doing more on the bike and less treadmill as your knee improves? ...Read more
Knee pain: Generally speaking, the treadmill should be helpful for your knees, unless you have some underlying problem with them such as meniscal tears, ligament tears, or instability. ...Read more