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What causes knee burning pain?

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Dr. Bernard Bach Jr
Orthopedic Surgery
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In brief: Many causes.

It could be arthritis, soft tissue inflammation or a meniscal tear, just to name a few possibilities.
Any of these could cause a burning sensation within the knee. See am orthopedic knee specialist, who can get to the root of the problem.

In brief: Many causes.

It could be arthritis, soft tissue inflammation or a meniscal tear, just to name a few possibilities.
Any of these could cause a burning sensation within the knee. See am orthopedic knee specialist, who can get to the root of the problem.
Dr. Bernard Bach Jr
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Dr. David Trettin
Orthopedic Surgery

In brief: Several

'burning' knee pain without any injury may be caused by tendinitis( patellar, quads, it band etc.
) or from kneecap (patellofemoral) cartilage wear most commonly. See your orthopedic surgeon if your pain continues for examination. Best of luck!

In brief: Several

'burning' knee pain without any injury may be caused by tendinitis( patellar, quads, it band etc.
) or from kneecap (patellofemoral) cartilage wear most commonly. See your orthopedic surgeon if your pain continues for examination. Best of luck!
Dr. David Trettin
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