Ddd scoliosis arthritis stenosis all in the neck and back tilted knee cap in r knee tendinitis& arth in arms and knees. Plus more. I'm only 36 how?

no cure. Essentially you have severe osteo arthritis affecting whole spine as well multiple other joints that you have listed. See a rheumatologist. If pain is a major issue then pain management specialist could be very helpful.

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I have a diffuse and dull pain above my knee cap. The doctor said it's an inflammation and he prescribed diclofenac10 days. What can it be? Arthritis?

Knee pain. Sounds like patellar tendinitis by your description. Hard to tell based on limited information. Arthritis is part of the work up for knee pain. Did you ask the physician that prescribed diclofenac this question? Read more...

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My MRI says tearing of the posterior horn middle third extending to the inferior articular surface and I have arthritis under my knee cap would you suggest surgery thanks?

Meniscus tear. You essentially have 2 separate conditions affecting your knee, a meniscus tear and patellar arthritis. Surgery for meniscus tears is very successful for treating "mechanical symptoms" (locking/catching along the knee joint lines). Meniscal surgery is less predictable for treating knee pain, especially if there is associated knee arthritis. Recommend consultation with an orthopedic surgeon. . Read more...

Ii have severe pain in the leg bone right below the knee cap. Tried cortisone shots that didn't help. What could it be other then arthritis?

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