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Knee pain when bending can affect both athletes and common individuals and can definitely restrain mobility, which makes doing simple tasks difficult. A person who suffers from knee pain when bending should initially check out the possible cause of pain and in what condition his knee is in.
Knee Pain When Bending Knee pain when bending can affect both athletes and common individuals and can definitely restrain mobility, which makes doing simple tasks difficult. A person who suffers from knee pain when bending should initially check out the possible cause of pain and in what condition his knee is in. Causes of Knee Pain When Bending There are many causes of knee pain when bending, and these include: Injury Various types of injuries may cause pain in the knee when bending. Torn ligaments, bone fracture, meniscus tears, and tendinitis are among the injuries that cause either the inside or outside of knee pain. An injury can be a result of accidents, such as a fall or impact, as well as sudden or wrong movements. In addition, there are times when the knee injury is caused by overuse of the joints. Repetitive movements can also cause a condition called Runner’s Knee or Chondromalacia, which is a knee injury caused by insufficient amount of rest after a strenuous activity. Disease or Health Condition. Diseases or health conditions that affect the knees or joints can also cause pain in the knee when bending. In some cases, knee pain inside of knee is experienced, while the others may feel pain on the outside knee area. Arthritis, bone infection, infection of the joints, and bursitis are the most common conditions that may cause knee pain. Osteoarthritis, a type of arthritis, can bring pain to the knees when bending. This condition is usually suffered by people aged 50 and up. Moreover, tumors, such as synovial sarcomas and Baker’s Cyst can also bring excruciating pain on the knee, especially when bending. Elderlies and some athletes who have overworked their knees may experience pain due to degeneration. … Aside from water exercises, therapeutic exercises can also help prevent knee pain when bending. Lying flat and slowly stretching the legs can help make the joints more flexible. Lifting the legs alternately can also improve coordination and strengthen the muscles around the knees, as well. The inner thighs may feel tight after a few minutes, but this only means that the exercise is working. Doing this in the morning and at night for 10 minutes each session can prevent knee pain when bending. If the knee pain is caused by injury, it is sensible not to do any exercises or strenuous physical work. It is best to consult a doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment. … Click here if you want to read the whole article…
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