Knee Pain

Knee Pain is one of the most common musculoskeletal complaint people often complain about. With today’s increasingly active society and busy lifestyle, there’s a significant rise in the number of knee problem cases around the world. There are number of causes that can result in the knee pain and if not treated in time; it can create some severe problems in future. With proper and timely treatment, one can avoid the unwanted outcomes of the knee pain.

Dr. Drashti Shah, Registered Physiotherapist, Mobilisation, Mobilisation  Specialist, Mobilisation Trainer, Mobilisation Treatment,  Mobilisation Therapy
Anatomy of the Knee
The main function of the Knee Joint is to bend, straighten, and bear the weight of the body along with the hips & ankles. Its not just a simple hinged but a complex structure that twists and rotates. It performs number of actions and supports the entire body and to do so, it relies on a number of structures including bones, tendons, cartilage and ligaments.

Knee Injuries
Fractures: The Effect of Direct Trauma on the knee structure causing the knee to break. It’s a sever knee injury and is very painful.
Ligament Injuries: This is usually a sports-related injury due to the sudden change in motion or strong impact with the hard surface.
Meniscus Injuries: Made of Cartilage, Menisci act as shock absorbers between the bones in the knee. It is caused by the twisting of knee.
Dislocation: It is an emergency situation and requires an immediate attention. In this, the knee joint is dislocated.

Exercise is one of the best ways to recover from the knee pain. It helps in its regular motion and strengthens the muscles that support them. Regular & guided exercises can also reduce the risk of knee injury.

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