Inside my knee hurts when I walk why?

Many. Usually this involves either an inflammatory issue (arthritis, bursitis, tendinitis, synovitis) or an injury to the cartilage (meniscus tear or articular cartilage damage). Of these, the most common are arthritis and meniscus tears. See in orthopedic surgeon to be sure.

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I've been having knee pain for about 2 weeks no injury occurred the pain is around the knee cap I h get this warm sensation in the knee hurts to walk?

Inflammation. Sometimes arthritis (osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis) can cause warmth and pain with joint effusion. Other soft tissue abnormalities such as tendonitis, muscle strain. There are many other conditions that can cause similar findings. If this pain continues, you should consult physician for physical exam, possibly blood tests, and imaging studies. Read more...
Knee pain. Knee pain has several causes. Without trauma the usual causes are soft tissue rather than bone or joint. If the pain is around the kneecap (patella) then it could be bursitis, tendonitis, meniscal tear, patellofemoral syndrome, or a ligament injury. Best to get exam by your physician. Read more...

Ortho question what causes swelling in the knee? Hurts to twist it from right to left is this a meniscus tear? What is a meniscus cyst? Please explain

See details. Swelling is the result on inflammation usually secondary to arthritis and less frequently to a tear. A meniscal cyst is just what the term describes. Read more...
Meniscal tears. Pain and swelling are very common symptoms of a meniscal tear. If it has been going on for more than a month i would see an orthopedic surgeon to get x-rays and probably an mri. Meniscal tears typically don't heal and require arthroscopic surgery to fix them. Read more...

How do you take car of cartilage damage in the knee pain.

Depends. Two kinds of "cartilage" in knee..Surface cartilage which is white shiny cover on bones and meniscal which is the "shock absorber" between bones on each side. Exam history and MRI help diagnose. Surgery to remove or repair meniscal tears. Articular cartilage may need surgery to smooth or resurface it. It does not "heal". Meniscal surgery can be very simple, articular damage can be very tricky. Read more...

Chronic knee pain what can be done to my knee? How accurate is a MRI? I had surgery one year ago and still having pain in the knee on the medial side

Depends . Not all knee pain is the same. Your surgery sounds like an arthroscopy and depending on the amount of arthritis that they found the outcome will be different. Mri is good but it is just one small piece of the puzzle. You still need a good exam by a trained knee specialist, a set of weight bearing knee x-rays, maybe an mri. It sounds like arthritis to me. Read more...
See below. A knee MRI can diagnose various condition including ligament or meniscal tear, cartilage damage, arthritis, joint fluid, synovitis, infection or tumor. A diagnosis found MRI may not correlate with the symptoms, in this case, pain. Treatment depends on the symptoms, clinical evaluation, and findings on xray or mri. Read more...

Can having a displaced meniscus cause knee pain? I have been having popping in the knee? Could it be from plica removal or scar tissue? Please help

Yes. A displaced or ruptured meniscus can cause pain. Scar tissue can also cause pain. Popping by itself does not necessarily mean that there is something wrong. I would follow up with the surgeon who removed the plica for evaluation and treatment recommendations. Read more...
Knee Pain. Any of the things you list could potentially be pain generators. Popping in the knee is a symptom of a meniscus tear but also can be linked to other pathologies. A physical exam and imaging by an orthopedic physician may help pinpoint the cause of your discomfort. Read more...

A basketball player has severe knee pain while playing and for around a week after. Previous doctor mentioned calcium deposits in the knee. Treatment?

? CPPD ? If there is no pain except with strenuous activity such as basketball quadriceps strengthening may help. The most important step is to get an accurate diagnosis. If the "calcium deposits" are Calcium pyro phosphate deposition disease thre are specific treatments depending upon your symptoms. I would recommend you see a rheumatologist. Read more...

My knee  hurts when I walk for 2 or 4 hours?

Stop walking that. Long and see your doctor please. Read more...
OA or synovitis. You may have some underlying damage in your knee which becomes exacerbated with prolonged exercise. You may have some degenerative ostearthritic changes or synovitis which may become more symptomatic with prolonged activity. Read more...

My knee hurts when I walk upstair around outstside?

Anterior knee pain. Anterior knee pain is quite common. It typically involves irritation of the cartilage from the area surrounding the knee cap. It is made worse with stairs, kneeling, and squatting. Easy things to try initially include a low impact quadriceps strengthening exercise including riding a bike, elliptical machine or swimming. If you have locking of the knee, you should consult a physician. Read more...