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Pain in the knee can turn into a major block in your life and prevent you from moving ahead and doing what you love. Knee pain has the tendency to even disrupt your entire life if not treated.

Composition of the Knee Joint?

The reason the knee is called complex is that it comprises of cartilage, tendons, ligaments, blood vessels and three bones namely the fibula and tibia (lower leg), and the femur (thigh). It has two separate joints and relies on 12 muscles at least to perform its function. Its tendons make the knee joint move while the ligaments provide stability, the two C-shaped pieces of cartilage act as shock absorbers and numerous bursae, or fluid-filled sacs, help the knee to move smoothly.

Did you know?

‘All knees are different. They may be as unique as fingerprints’

The knee is one of the largest, complex and most important joints in the body that carries our entire body weight. Its functioning can be compared to that of a hinge where our lower leg moves relative to the thigh providing us with movements like walking, running, sitting, climbing and standing, that keeps us going.

Sources of Knee Pain

Knee joint pain is the second most common cause of chronic pain. For such a tiny part of the body, the knee is prone to a large variety of aches, pains, and injuries. Though arthritis is one of the most common diseases found in the knee, other major knee conditions are; Knee osteoarthritis, knee effusion, fibromyalgia, meniscal tear, ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) strain/tear, PCL (posterior cruciate ligament) strain/tear, MCL (medial collateral ligament) strain/tear, patellar subluxation/tendonitis, overuse sprains and strains, injury and fractures, gout, obesity etc.

What to do when pain encounters?

Since the knee is the weight bearer of your whole body, it is common to develop knee pain at some point in time. Be it due to arthritis or knee pain due to a long tiring day, the following remedies will help both ways;

Give your knees some Rest, apply an Ice pack and wrap a Compression bandage around and keep them Elevated.

Practice knee pain exercises on a daily basis to make them strong, fit and young.

Don’t keep your feet dangled while sitting, stretch your legs in between long-sitting hours, wear good supportive shoes to comfort them.

Massage your knees using physiotherapy equipment such as SONICTENS or Combo3 Plus.

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