Knee Health


Fun facts about animal knees Knee Health

Have you ever thought about how many knees does your dog have? Or any other four-legged animal? Animal kingdom is mesmerizing in all aspects and anatomy is no exception. Knees play a major part for any animal’s mobility but they can be quite different from human knees as well. Here are some fun and fascinating facts about animal knees that you might not have heard...

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4 interesting facts about knees Knee Health

Though the biggest joints in our bodies, knees are often forgotten – until they start causing some pain. Knees have a central role to play in our mobility and they carry heavy strain every single day, but how much do we really know about these essential joints? Here are 4 interesting facts that you might not have heard about knees before. The knee is the...

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My knees crack when bending. Should I be worried? Knee Health

If you have ever experienced any knee-noises like crackling, clicking or popping you might have wondered whether it is a sign of something being wrong with your knees or if you shouldn’t worry about it at all. There are several reasons behind this sensation and we are breaking down the background of these somewhat annoying sounds. The medical term describing these crunching feelings is crepitus...

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How to treat bruises and abrasions on your kids knees? Knee Health

Children fall down a LOT. No matter how carefully you are trying to ensure complete safety for your little ones, it is no secret that they always manage to find a way to get some bruises or abrasions, especially on the knees. These small injuries are absolutely normal and there is no need to panic if your kid gets some bruises once in a while...

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How to properly clean your knee pads? Knee Health

Knee pads take heavy pounding, no matter if you use them for playing basketball, skateboarding, biking or working. Over time they can start to smell very unpleasantly – then you know it is time to give your protective gear a thorough wash. In this post we are covering some essential things you should know when you are going to clean your knee pads. Absorb the...

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The most common knee and leg injuries that basketball players face Knee Health

Basketball, a widely loved game, is known not only for the adrenaline and fun of playing it but as a contact sports it’s a risky game as well: basketball is the forth cause of injuries among all team sports. In fact, there are more than 200 thousand injuries related to basketball every year that take young players to emergency rooms. We will take a closer...

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Knee strengthening exercises for skiers Knee Health

Even if you are not a professional athlete, but you are planning to hit the slopes during winter months, it is essential to prepare yourself long before the trip. Ideally, you should do some knee strengthening exercises whole year long but if you don’t have time for that, you can start preparing three to four months before. For that, there are some easy and effective...

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Is nordic pole walking good for your knees? Knee Health

Nordic pole walking is a version of walking that is performed using specific walking poles. Though low impact, Nordic pole walking is far more active type of walking as it is using the whole body thanks to the walking poles. The concept of Nordic pole walking is based on skiers who use a similar type of exercise off-season. Even though the workout refers to a...

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Solutions to cycling knee pain Knee Health

Cycling is one of the world’s most popular type of exercise, often recommended to those who have some trouble with their knees. However, knee injuries don’t spare cycling enthusiasts. As with any other form of exercise that can be connected to causing knee pain, the main reason why cycling can bring some discomfort in your knees is the repetitive motion. The more you ride, the...

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What is jumper’s knee and how to cure it? Knee Health

Patellar tendinitis (also known as Sinding-Larsen-Johansson disease) or commonly known as jumper’s knee is a term referring to an injury or inflammation of the patellar tendon which connects kneecap with the shin bone. Jumper’s knee belongs to the family of overuse conditions, referring to damage to the tissue that is caused by repetitive movements. Jumper’s knee is a relatively common injury which occurs on people...

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