KNEE INJURY AND PAIN :- Knee pain is a common problem that can originate in any of the bony structure compromising the knee joint ( Tibia , Fibula , Patella) , the knee cap (Patella) or the Ligament and Cartilage (Meniscus ) of the knee . Knee pain can affect people of all age group.
Knee pain is caused by :-
Sudden injury eg. Strain ,Sprain , Road traffic accident .
Overuse injury eg. Sports injury .
Underlying condition eg. Osteoarthritis , Bursitis , Gout
KNEE SPRAIN : – A knee sprain occurs when one or more ligaments in your knee are suddenly stretched or torn. Ligaments are tissues that hold bones together. Ligaments support the knee and keep the joint and bones in the correct position. OSTEOARTHRITIS :- Osteoarthritis is a joint disease and more affected weight bearing joint . Joint cartilage are more affected in this condition.
Pain in the knee joint
Stiffness of knee joint
Swelling over knee joint
Decreased joint range of motion of knee joint
Unable to stand from ground without support
Difficulty in walking .
PHYSIOTHERAPY TREATMENT :- Some Health professional suggests
Do not to sit on the ground ,
Use western style toilet etc ,
It is not good . Physiotherapist will examine your knee to determine the source of the problem and develop an individual treatment program which may include modalities to reduce pain and swelling, stretching exercises to regain flexibility around the joint, and strength training to regain functionali
OSTEOPOROSIS :- Osteoporosis is a bone disease that causes decreased bone density and therefore an increased likelihood of fractures.Exercise techniques prescribed by your physiotherapist, including weight-bearing aerobic training and/or strength training, can contribute to your bone health and continued independence. physical therapy physical therapy for knee