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Is the pain under your knee cap when you climb the stairs really housewife's knee and not arthritis if you've had it for several years?
It all depends on age. I have had Chondromalacia patallae for about 3 years now and have had serious problems with it. I have spoken to my surgeon many times about it an…d he still believes that i am young enough that i will grow out of it. It is most likely Condromalacia and not arthritis if you have been diagnosed, and if it does not go away then you should ask your doctor, as some people never grow out of chondromalacia. If it is bad enough then there is the surgery option, however doctors advise against it.
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The little nobby thing in the middle of your leg. It allows movement of the calves and feet.
Your knee pivots to help you walk.
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No its not, the technical term is elbow bursitis and its a painful condition caused by constant pressure on the elbow, think a housewife leaning on her elbow while cleaning, h…ence the name. Golfer's elbow is tennis elbow a tendonitis condition, completely different. Link below will help.
Get an x-ray or MRI. Meanwhile, if SEVERELY painful, get a brace.
Its a bicondyloid joint because it has a meniscus in between also referred to as a 3-d joint hope this helps
Yes, and knee extension would be when the knee is straight.
I'm a teen and I've dislocated my knee twice. Usually, when your knee is crooked it's just where your patella sits. People with bad knees, their knees sit lower on the bone th…an normal. It's not actually 'fixable' unless it's swelling or broken. A knee strap and brace will help with support but not the actual physical look.
Yes, they do however you can't really make them out because of their irregular shaped flanges
Water on the knee after knee replacement is a very common problem that many patient face. It can be common or uncommon depending on severity of the swelling and time frame. … Immediately following surgery it would appear as if your knee joint is swollen that is because of the underlying tissue has been traumatized. In knee replacement surgery the surgeon has to reach the joint by cutting the muscles so once operation is done the muscles has to be reorganized and that is the cause for swelling. As long as you are not having trouble or it is not causing any trouble to you swelling is normal thing. Hope it helps.
i don't know i think behindind ur knees or something
Prosthetic (artificial) knees are truly an amazing piece of biomedical engineering but they are far from perfect when it comes to matching the actual human knee joint. Most pe…ople think a knee joint is just an ordinary HINGE joint, flexing and extending as we walk and run, but it is really much more than that. The thing one has to first understand is that the overall design package of the human body and it's various organ and organ systems is one of amazing efficiency when it comes to using energy derived from food to do work. And one aspect of this is to require the knee joint to pivot slightly in addition to flexing and extending. It is this pivoting action that creates the 'klunk' sensation in prosthetic knees.
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Not as soon as you want. Knee replacement surgery is a serious medical procedure. After the surgery you will usually get a therapy to get use of your new knee replacement.… This will take several months up to a year.