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Our knee symptoms guide helps you work out the cause of your knee pain. Typical knee pain symptoms include popping, burning pain, problems on stairs or bending.
A pulled calf muscle causes sudden pain in the back of the lower leg. Learn about the causes, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment options of a calf muscle tear.
Burning knee pain may indicate a knee injury, overuse, inflammation or a serious medical condition. Learn about common causes of knee burning and treatment.
Gout knee commonly causes intense knee pain, swelling and redness. We look at knee gout symptoms and treatment as well as strategies to prevent gout in knee
A stiff knee causes pain and affects function. Knee stiffness may be due to an injury or knee condition. Learn about stiff knee pain and how to treat it.
Knee locking is when the knee gets stuck and can't move. Learn about the different causes and treatment options for a truly locked knee and pseudo knee locking.
Knee pain and popping is a common problem, particularly when kneeling or squatting. Learn about common causes of knee popping with pain and how to treat them.
A swollen knee can be really painful and restrict knee movement. Find out about the causes, symptoms and treatment for knee swelling aka water on the knee.
Calf muscle pain may indicate anything from simple calf strain to a serious medical problem. Here we look at common calf muscle pain causes & how to treat them
Knee Replacement Recovery Time - Guide to how long it takes to recover from surgery, when you can return to activities & how to get the best from your new knee.
Lateral knee pain is a common problem, particularly in runners. Here we look at the common causes of pain on outside of the knee and how to treat them.
Severe knee pain can be extremely unpleasant and worrying. We look at the common causes of excruciating knee pain and how to treat them
Our knee pain diagnosis chart helps you to work out what is causing your knee pain. All the tools you need to make a knee pain self diagnosis.
Medial Knee Pain is a common problem with knee conditions and injuries. Learn about the common causes of inner knee pain and how to treat them.
Loads of great knee strengthening exercises to help you beat knee pain. Suitable for runners, after injury, with osteoarthritis and most other knee problems.
Dr Ashley Miller MBChB FRCA FFICM is on the Knee Pain Explained medical review board, part of Wilson Health Ltd. He is a Consultant Intensivist in the UK.
I have developed eczema on sites of magnets in knee straps. Will magnets still work if I put micro tape on site before placing strap?
I have early patella osteoarthritis and one leg is a bit longer. I just developed locking knee in my left leg...what do you suggest?
I've seen a number of doctors but no one could find a cure for my front knee join pain and irritation. I feel pain whenever I bend my knee. What should I do?
I had double total knee replacements in March 2017. This site is the first time I have found comprehensive information on the knee which explains how it works.
I've had a bad reaction to a knee injection. Since the injection, my equilibrium has been right out and my heart rate and blood pressure have been very high.
I have a knee injury from falling down stairs. The knee is swollen, stiff and makes a strange ticking noise. What exercises should I do?
I have arthritis on front of my right knee. Please can you advise about sports I can do considering I have mild tricompartmental degenerative changes.
I have torn my knee cartilage twice now. Doctors always told me not to run, but I took it up in my 30's and it has been life altering. What can I do?
I had a Total Knee Replacement followed by MUA as the knee would not bend. I’ve followed the exercises but still have stiffness and pain. My Gp has told me to use a walking aid as I have a limp. Is this it for me or is there still room for improvement after 18 months?
I had a severe fall at my work resulting in a knee injury. Immediately, I had a softball-size knot on the inside of my knee. I can't stand on it and I need any advice that I can get!
I have an ongoing knee injury. I hurt my knee a year and a half ago training. I have been doing exercises for my injured knee for 3 months, but am not seeing much improvement. Is there anything else I can do?
I had right knee ACL & Meniscal surgery in November. Recently I’ve been suffering some heaviness, swelling & instability in knee. Please advise what to do.
I have osteoarthritis in my knee. Lately, there has been knee swelling on the inside of my leg. Is this serious?
I'm doing well with the advanced exercises and my knee pain is gone! I don't want it to come back. Can you describe a regular "maintenance" exercise plan? Should I just continue with the advanced exercises?