Tag: knee pain

Can running actually damage your knees? Knee Health

If you are passionate about running or even if you are just a casual jogger, it is likely you have encountered someone telling you that running will hurt your knees badly, especially when you are older. Experts have been tackling this question for a while and have come to a conclusion on whether running can really cause any long-term damages or is it just an...

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5 ways to ruin your knees Knee Health

Doesn’t matter whether you are a professional athlete, you like to exercise casually or you prefer the comfort of your chair instead of jogging, knees mean a great deal for your mobility. Unfortunately, many of us tend to ignore the warning signs and instead of paying attention to some injuries or problems on time can mean you will need to visit the orthopedics’ office regularly....

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Back, neck, knee and shoulder pain; are they symptoms of a movement disorder? Knee Health

Guest post by Dr. William Charschan from Charschan Chiropractic and Sports Injury Associates. If you suffer from back, neck and shoulder pain and have seen the physical therapist, the chiropractor, pain management specialist among countless other degreed professionals without getting the problem resolved, you are not alone. There is a growing chorus of healthcare professionals who are deciding to do things differently, because the tools they learned at...

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Pain in the Knee Joint Knee Health

Reasons of pain in the knee joint are different. For sporty active people, pain is often caused by overload or improper loading of the joint, which causes pain during movement, for example, during running, climbing down the stairs, or during peacetime. Depending of where precisely the pain is located – inside of knee, outside of knee, or in front of the knee, good specialist can...

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What to Do After Knee Trauma? Knee Health

Anatomical structure of knee joint is both very simple and very complicated at the same time. Without bones, it includes many other structures, which stabilize it and allow to move correctly. Knee joints are subjected to great load during lifetime, especially, if a person works hard physical work, is an athlete or has endured traumas, dislocations, and sprains. Athletes often have damaged menisci and tendons,...

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Do Your Joints Hurt? It May Be a Serious Disease! Knee Health

A stiffness, rigid joints, painful movements, discomfort and inability to stay in one position longer than 5 minutes because of joint pain are the reason why you should visit some specialist to ascertain whether it is not some serious joint disease. Seasonable examination and diagnosis allows to start the necessary treatment, protecting you from development of disease. A pain in joints is serious symptom to...

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Pain in Knees: 3 Potential Diagnosis Knee Health

Pain, stiffness or discomfort in knees undeniably can encumber simple and ordinary actions. Despite the fact that these symptoms can occur because of small trauma or other temporary cause, pain in knees may be a sign of some more serious trauma or illness. If you have some of further mentioned symptoms, it is advisable to visit your doctor or some specialist, which can determine whether...

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Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome Knee Health

There can be many different causes of knee pain because knees consist of many intricate parts that can be injured or that can get inflamed because of different reasons. But probably the most common causes of painful knees is something called Patellofemoral pain syndrome. Patellofemoral pain syndrome or PFS for short manifests as pain in your knees and more specifically in the front of your...

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Osgood-Schlatter Disease Knee Health

A very common condition that causes pain for kids and teenagers is something called Osgood-Schlatter Disease or OSD for short. Its full name does sound kind of scary however in reality it is not only very common but also not that serious as it is not a disease caused by some bacteria or virus but rather and injury that is caused by the adolescent overusing...

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