My knees hurt after doing deadlifts.

Check with a trainer. Have an experienced trainer check on your form. If the problem continues change your exercise --- the particular exercise isn't worth years of bad knees.

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My knees hurt,what can I do?

Get them evaluated. Have the issue evaluated including x rays. See a family doctor or orthopedist. Read more...
Check stability. Instability is the most common cause, but evaluation for arthritis and for ligament and meniscus damage is important. Read more...

Why do my knees hurt in the cold?

Arthritic. Many pts. With osteoarthritis have arthralgias when temperatures go down. It is probably the most common reason. A very low possibility would be cold agglutinins present in your blood. Consult with a rheumatologist. Read more...

I'm only 26 why do my knees hurt so bad?

Look at your feet. See if you are pronated or flatfooted as this is one thing from a podiatric point of view that could cause knee pain. If this is the case you can try an orthotic. Of course the are other causes of knee pain...but I thought I'd throw that out there.. Read more...

Could standing on bad knees hurt your back?

Standing on knees. Standing on bad knees that do not straighten fully or have deformity can cause some back issues. Also a bad back can sometimes cause hip, knee and leg pain. Have this checked out by an orthopedist. Read more...

Why do my knees hurt when my knees are bent?

Meniscus injury. Knee pain at the end of range of motion is commonly coming from the meniscus, the fibrocartilage shock absorbers of the knee. Could also be patellar tendinitis. Both can respond quite well to physical therapy. Read more...
Hard to say. Flexed knees increase tension on the patellar tendon and compression on the patella articulate surface. Flexed knees also pinch on the posterior horns of you meniscus. Read more...

My knees hurt when I do lunges. What am I doing wrong?

Arthritis/arthralgia. It depends on your medical history. Your age, medical issues. Occupation, family history, medications etc. In addition a physical exam would be necessary to evaluate for potential infectious etiologies eg. Gout or psudogout. It could be as simple as degenerative arthritis or some thing more serious such as rheumatoid arthritis or lupus or ather rheumatological disorders. Read more...
Maybe nothing. Common - check with your technique on your lunges- wrong technique can hurt your knee. Also, you may already have some chondromalacia under your knee cap and that can be painful with lunges. if it persists, see an ortho knee specialist. Read more...

My knees and right under my knees hurt so bad, what should I do?

Many causes. There are many possible causes. You will get the most benefit from seeing a orthopedic / sports med doctor for evaluation and treatment. Read more...