Why do knees hurt after a back fracture in t region?

T region thoracic? If you mean t region a thoracic fracture, a fracture can affect your conditioning. This may take more time to get back into shape. Usually we talk about a two-for rule, everyday you are out will take two days to come back.

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My knees hurt after a back fracture in t9 vertebrae. Are they related?

Unlikely unless . You were left with an unbalanced spine or if there was any nerve involvement. Perhaps the way in which the back was injured also injured the knees but you and your doctors were more focused on the spine fracture and its immediate care and treatment . Read more...

Fell on ice in Dec. Hands & knees hurt, focus was on fractured hand. Left knee hurts when I bend it. Hurts worse to sit w/ it bent than to walk on it.

A contusion to the- -patellar articular surface leads to chondromalacia of the articular surface. it may not be abvious right away, as the changes are physical, so they develop later and any increased pressure such as sitting and walking, espessially going down stars or inclines. also sudden release of pressure such as after sitting a while and then standing up will cause immediate pain. get into an ortho surg soon. Read more...

How come my knee hurts only when I run after resting 6 weeks due to back fracture?

Knee. Depends on area of knee pain. If on the outside of your knee that represents iliotibial band syndrome which is due to weakness of your hip abductors or tightness of your tensor fascia lata muscle. Read more...

I began running after having rested for 6 weeks because of a back fracture. I felt a pain under my knee cap. What could it be?

CLASSIC PAIN. Location for joggers knee. You are likely compensating on your footing for your back issues. I suggest you back off, start with walking, running for 1 minute, walking for 2 minutes but please stretch well and maybe re evaluate your shoes... Read more...

I began running when I felt a pain under my knee cap. Been resting 6 weeks due to back fracture. What is it?

Weak quadreceps. When you were not running the quadreceps muscle got weaker and is now pulling the patella (knee cap ) towards the outside of the patelar grove, a dent in the fefur that the patela moves in. To strengthen the quads use moderate weight and a short no more than 20 degree range of motion, lift the knee, tighten and hold then relax and repeat, this will help get back quad alighnment. Read more...