What can cause knee and ankle joint pain?

Many types. Many types of arthritis. The most important questions are why you have joint pain; is it degenerative arthritis, or an inflammatory arthritis like rheumatoid arthritis. A good exam, x-rays, and a few blood tests are in order!

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Could my knee and ankle joint pain be caused by my lumbar spinal stenosis?

Possibly. This is one of those problems where a visit to your doctor is necessary to figure out what's going on. Only after a thorough evaluation, including examination and possibly labs and other tests, can your doctor correctly diagnose you and treat you effectively. Read more...
Yes. The nerves from the back can definitely create knee and ankle pain. Read more...

27 years old male C/O chronic right Ankle joint pain for more than 8 Months, on the lateral side, there was a history of twisted ankle 8 months ago?

See details. Then you should see an orthopedist and have the ankle evaluated. An MRI may be helpful. . Read more...
Ligament injury. 27y male w. chronic lateral ankle pain post-injury: either occult fracture or, more likely, deltoid ligament injury. X-ray/MRI indicated. Orthopedic evaluation might focus on surgical solutions. Classically trained Osteopath might focus on Prolotherapy solutions. Plan might be to start w. latter & keep former in reserve. Unfortunately, severe ligament injury heals poorly. Need diagnosis to start. . Read more...