How can I avoid knee joint? Damage while playing sports?

Stretch, play smart. Make sure you stretch pregame adequately.\ make sure you take time when not playing to exercise the knees to strengthen them. Also play smart. Don't take unnecessary risk in game that jeopardize those knees. Good luck!

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Some where behind my knee joint feeling pain when straighten after playing soccer. Any solution for this?

Consider an MRI. This scenario and the location of the pain could suggest a tear. In any event, this is a situation in which an MRI is often very helpful in establishing the cause of the pain. Read more...

I played shuttle for 1month. Now a days I am feeling very much pain in my right knee joint. Not continuesly but while folding. I am 25yrs male?

What is shuttle? Unfortunately I do not know what kind of game shuttle is! if i did i would be able to see a connection with your knee pain. Does it involve sitting for long periods or squatting up and down or flexing your knees one and over? Let me know so that i can help you. Sorry for not being hip enough I am 49 and have no idea what it is you do! Read more...

What is the reason for my knee joint pain starting up 30 years after playing lots of tennis?

Let us to answer. Tennis is demanding sport on both upper and lower extremities, after playing that long period of time some degeneration in the articular cartilages of the joint sequence to excessive stress happened and that cause pain in the joint(knee and others). Good luck. Read more...
Wear and tear. This is not an uncommon scenario. Tennis can cause a lot of pounding on the knees, particularly on hard surfaces like asphalt courts. Also the cutting side to side movements can put a lot of strain on the knees. This does not mean you have to give up tennis however. See a sports medicine doctor and they should be able to help you out. Read more...

2 wks of cipro, (ciprofloxacin) pain in ankle and knee joint. Painful when put pressure on. Can walk not run. Played bball it may have made it worse. How to fix this?

Ciprofloxacin. Fluoroquinolones (Cipro/Levaquin) do have side affects. The most common concern we have with patients on these medications, howevrer, is not joint pain, but spontaneous tendon ruptures, particularly of the Achilles Tendon. If your joint pain continues, see the physician who prescribed you the medication, or see an orthopedic surgeon for further evaluation. . Read more...

After a knee joint replacement surgery when can I play soccer again?

Yes . Your joint after cleared from your doctor should be good to go! Read more...
NO. U should not place ur implants @ risk playing any contact sport, no running, cutting, jumping or cutting sports. Treat them with care, they have no healing ability and repeated stress from the above can lead 2 loosening. Read more...

What can be done for a teenage athlete with knee joint pain everytime after sports?

Depends on the cause. Many teenagers experience pain with activities from softening of the cartilage of the kneecap or from growth plate traction (osgood-schlatter disease). These tend to be a mild ache and resolve with cessation of activity and ibuprofen. If the pain persists after the activity, is not relieved with ibuprofen, occurs at night, or is associated with swelling, see your orthopaedic surgeon. Read more...

I am 43. Am suddenly experiencing stiffening of knee joint and pain on backside of knee after sports. What can be the causes and treatment?

Arthritis v meniscus. A suddenly stiff knee joint with pain on the back side is consistent with an injury within the medial knee compartment of the knee. Possibilities include an mcl sprain, meniscal tear, or cartilage injury. The posterior pain is usually non-specific, but results from an accumulation of fluid (effusion) within the joint. Initial treatments: rest, ice, ace wrap compression. Pcp exam if no improvement. Read more...
1 of 2 Arthritis? Generally pain in the back of the knee does not point to a specific structural injury. Oftentimes if the knee is "angry" it will produce excess fluid which tends to settle in the back of the knee and irritates the knee causing pain. Most likely cause of your knee being "angry" is early arthritis (cartilage loss/wear). Other causes include meniscus tears, tendinitis and inflammation. Read more...
2 of 2 Treat. Initial treatment includes modifying activity level, ice, nsaid's, therapy and use of knee sleeves. If this fails then your doctor may discuss injections and even surgery depending on what your work-up such as x-rays and MRI reveal. Read more...
Swelling. Pain and stiffness after sports participation often is the result of swelling. Swelling can result for several different reasons. Injuries such as meniscal tears, repetetive use, condromalacia or even early arthritic changes. If this persists then an orthopaedic evaluation would be indicated. Read more...