Knee Mensical Injuries

Do I Need Surgery On My Meniscal Injury?

Article by Zoe Russell Do I Need Surgery On My Meniscal Injury? The menisci are 2 C shaped cartilages that sit within your knee joint to dissipate joint forces to the Knee. Meniscal injuries can occur due to 2 reasons: A sudden, memorable injury, usually of a twisting mechanism, known as an Acute injury Insidious onset that gradually progresses over time, otherwise known as Degenerative injury. There is a lot of recent media discussing the need for surgery for meniscal injuries,...

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What Can I Do To Relieve Knee Pain?

Article by Jamie Van Beek What Can I Do To Relieve Knee Pain? If your knee pain is new and has occurred suddenly, it's best to get it assessed by a Physiotherapist. Since any number of structures could be damaged, which may require different management. Some injuries demand complete immobilisation, whilst others benefit from exercise. Finding out what’s gone wrong in the knee will be vital in optimising your recovery.  For longer-term injuries that have built up slowly, it’s helpful to consider...

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Is Walking Good For Knee Pain?

  Article by N.Stewart, J. Ferguson Is Walking Good For Knee Pain? Is walking good for knee pain? That is an interesting question, and unfortunately, there is no black and white answer as it depends on the type of knee pain and what is causing the knee pain.  Let's break knee pain down into two categories to discuss this in more detail. Knee pain can occur broadly in two categories: Category 1: Structural knee pain is caused by damage to one or more of the...

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