Can a knee injury cause pain in your leg, ankle, and foot?

Knee Pain. This is certainly possible. Changes in your gait to compensate for you knee pain could cause pain else where. You should however pose this question to your ortho physician to be sure this is the cause.
Knee pain. Absolutely it can . Just the compensation for the injury can cause that pain. See your treating physician for help.

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Been having thigh, knee and shin/calf/foot. Pain...Most of the pain is in my knee. Workout regularly. Can a knee injury. Cause. Pain everywhere else? 29f

Injury? You may want to followup with your family practice provider to look for possible injuries related to your workouts. Try using tylenol, (acetaminophen) ibuprofen, ice over the painful locations to minimize discomfort. Read more...
Sure it could . But maybe there is more than one thing going on maybe your workout is stirring up problems? Probably should see someone for evaluation. Read more...

Large lump on inside of left leg just above ankle that is red and warm. No injury, but knee injury so I'm not using leg as much. PT yesterday. Any hel?

Possible infection. sounds like the area of your leg may be inflammed or possibly infected so you should see your doctor about it asap. I would elevate it and put a cold compress or ice pack on area too. Good luck! Read more...

Is edema in feet and ankles 4 weeks post knee injury normal?

Yes. It is not unusual to retain fluid as your activity is diminished. It generally resolves with normal activity. Read more...

Why is my foot and lower leg swollen after knee injury from a fall a week ago?

Swollen leg. You may have a soft tissue injury to the leg in addition to the knee. Ice and elevation should help. Read more...
Gravity . Typically, if there is swelling around the knee, gravity will push that fluid to the lower leg. Another possibility is that swelling from the knee joint will leak out the back of the knee through a Baker's cyst. Although unlikely, a blood clot has to be considered, especially if you've been immobilized. See a doctor very soon or call the one already treating you for more advice as soon as possible. Read more...
Up an Down. The tissue injury around the knee injury is probably impeding the venous return from the lower leg. Try elevating the leg to increase and ease the return of blood up the leg. Read more...

I had a knee injury on monday and today my lower leg and foot are extremely bruised and swollen. What to do?

See a physician. Significant knee injuries can cause calf and foot swelling and bruising. I would see a medical provider to make sure you have not developed a blood clot in your calf. Make sure to elevate leg, ice knee and do ankle pumps frequently to reduce swelling. Assuming there isn't a blood clot, X-rays to rule out a fracture will be needed. An exam can be done and probably MRI to look for ligament damage. Read more...