knee pain

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The common culprits, plus treatments to consider.
When the patient continues to have pain during activity and also at rest, conservative treatment will not work. If conservative
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Other treatment options with no clinical effective response include acupuncture, massage, glucosamine, chondroitin sulfate
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Baker's Cyst: Baker's cyst is swelling in the back of the knee that is filled with synovial fluid (Figure 8a). This cyst
Treatment: Children presenting with Osgood-Schlatter Disease should reduce their level of activity until it heals. A short
Your knees are the most vulnerable joints in your body. Find out how to protect them from damage, whether you’ve got arthritis, bursitis, or torn cartilage.
Here in Florida, along all of the Gulf Coast and Caribbean, humidity comes along with that staggering heat, a fact that residents
Knee effusion (fluid on the knee) from intra-articular pathology or a meniscal tear, allows the fluid to go through the valve
Painful popping could also be because of osteoarthritis, where the smooth cartilage has worn down and the bones cause friction
Injections to the knee joint used to be scary, and almost always involved cortisone. No more. Here is what has changed.
The ACL knee ligament injury story is slowly changing. There are some very positive highlights, some shockingly bad outcomes, and a few mixed observations. Here is an update from a recent meeting in Sweden, which included some of the world's top ACL surgeons.
While it may not be possible for you to visit operating rooms and study a surgeon's technique, it is possible to research and learn a surgeon's experience. Their attitude toward pain relief, rehabilitation and exercise -- as well as their attention to your needs -- are crucially important. Your outcome depends on it.
Kids often get knee pain. When it persists, an X-ray may show a lesion of the articular cartilage: the bearing surface of the joint. That lesion is usually called Osteochondritis dissecans, a terrible and misleading name that implies inflammation (itis) and drying out (dissecans), though neither is present in the condition.