What specialist should I go to if my knee hurts and had prior meniscus injury?

An orthopedist. If you had a prior meniscus injury, you should see an orthopedist. This is a mechanical problem and may require surgery. An MRI should be able to show if the problem is the meniscus again.

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Knee hurts, it clicks and pops, could it be a meniscus injury?

Maybe. With what you describe it could be. Did you have an injury to your knee or did it start doing this on its own? Not all that clicks and pops in a knee is a meniscal injury. Other things can cause this sensation as well. Some bad, some not. Best to see Sports Med doc or Orthopedic doc for evaluation. Dr R. Read more...

What is a meniscus that is displaced look like? What kind if physical exam goes on with knee pain? Why does my knee hurt worse when I stand in 1place?

See below: The knee might be swollen and be tender to touch, & painful increasing with motion. The knee is locked ( held in flexion, ie bend) with difficulty to extend (straighten) it out. When the meniscus is displaced, knee is always painful, whether one stands or sits/lays down. Read more...

Knee pain my knee locks up it hurts on inner and back area yesterday a coworker n I heard it pop I've torn my meniscus in this knee advice?

Good chance. A torn meniscus classically will lock up the knee from time to time with an occasional popping. It is best to get evaluated if this is happening since it rarely gets better on ts own and can speed up damage to the cartilage of the knee and lead to early arthritis. An MRI will confirm the clinical diagnosis and surgery is often indicated. Read more...