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Back of Knee Pain by Clara Patient Expert Posted Fri 07 Jan 2011 12:00am For the past couple of weeks the back of my knee has felt weird, kind of tight or something. It feels like my leg isn't being extended enough, like I can't stretch it fully and it needs to pop. What the heck does that mean? I notice it sometimes when I run and sometimes when I do Zumba. Unfortunately I hate anything that's related to anatomy ... Read on »
KNEE PAIN!?!?! WHAT KNEE PAIN??? by Amy T. Patient Expert Posted Fri 21 Nov 2008 4:48pm I ran 2 miles last night with Tim the Paramedic just to see how the knee was going to feel. AND IT FELT GREAT! I guess it's just a really bad bruise (still a little black and blue) and only hurts to touch but walking, bending, running, going up stairs, lunges...none of it gives me a bit of trouble. My pride still aches a little from ... Read on »
Don't Neglect A Painful Knee Cap - Reduce Your Knee Pain by drbraceco Posted Sat 09 May 2009 6:56pm Do you want to learn about ways to help treat a painful knee cap? Whether you have this knee problem when you are walking, or running, or doing other activities, this essential information is for you. A painful patella can be due to chronic conditions or more acute problems such as a contusion.   A contusion is otherwise known as a bruise, ... Read on »
“It’s there and I’m stuck with it” – chronic knee pain after knee joint replacement by Bronwyn T. Occupational Therapist Posted Tue 22 Mar 2011 2:22pm I share an office with an Emeritus Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery.  He snorted at me one day, and showed me the stats from our national joint register database where I saw that while the main reason given for revision of a total hip joint was dislocation, and pain was the sixth most common reason given; in the case of revision of knee j ... Read on »
ANOTHER NON SURGICAL TREATMENT FOR CHRONIC PAIN FOR BACK'S AND KNEE'S by Barmac Posted Tue 11 May 2010 12:52pm APOS an invention by two Doctors from Israel which could bring relief to millions of Britons suffering from chronic knee and back pain. Its only available privately at the moment at BUPA Wellness Centres but it is hoped it will be available on the NHS soon. The APOS Treatment (which stands for All Phases of Step Cycle) combines two simple ... Read on »
Painful Knees Often Tied to Pain in Other Joints by Medline Plus Posted Mon 22 Nov 2010 12:00pm Arthritic discomfort elsewhere may raise intensity of knee woes, researchers say By Robert Preidt Monday, November 22, 2010 MONDAY, Nov. 22 (HealthDay News) -- The pain of knee osteoarthritis is more severe in people who also have foot, elbow and lower back pain, a new study has f ... Read on »
Running does not cause knee pain - faulty posture causes knee pain by Matt Whitehead Posted Wed 10 Mar 2010 3:24pm I love research. Through research we have learned so many great things about the human body – how it works and what effects it in positive and negative ways. But research also comes to a lot of incorrect conclusions, leading experts around the world to preach false information which the media loves to pick up and spread like a virus. Egoscue San ... Read on »
Dr. Schnee's Cold Laser Knee Program Provides Bone on Bone Knee Pain Relief for Severe Knee Pain Sufferer by Dr. Alexandra Schnee, D.C Posted Sat 12 Jun 2010 10:59pm "Before starting care my knee pain was very severe, all the time.   It was a burning, searing pain that was constant and    I could barely walk.   I couldn’t bend my leg.   I could hardly walk up stairs.   I took baby steps.   Getting up from a sitting position was very difficult.   I woke up all the time from the pain.   I tried cortisone shots. ... Read on »
HUG YOUR KNEES FOR BACK PAIN... by Barmac Posted Wed 05 Jun 2013 6:08am According to an article in today's Good Health in the Daily Mail, hugging your knees can help back pain. A Consultant orthopaedic surgeon at Barnet Hospital, Rajiv Bajekal, takes some simple painkillers like Paracetamol for back pain for a few days then he does some simple yoga exercises to stretch his back and then lies down and p ... Read on »
Why Women Have More Foot, Knee, Hip, & Back Pain (and what you can do about it) by Michael Nirenberg Posted Sun 21 Feb 2010 7:58am Recently, EmpowHer invited me to write a column – here it is! Pain and problems in the female foot are common—four times greater than for men. One study found that eighty-two percent of U.S. women report having foot pain, seventy-two percent have a foot deformity, and of all foot surgeries in the U.S., women undergo ninety percent of ... Read on »