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Muscle and Joint

Causes of knee pain

With many of us living active lives, it’s no surprise that we put our knees through a lot. Knee pain is the most common type of musculoskeletal pain that brings people to see their doctor.

The knee has the ability to twist and rotate. It is able to do this due to its complex structure which involves four bones, four important ligaments, and a series of tendons. It can also bend, straighten, and bear the weight of the body, whilst also working with the ankles and hips. Because of this mechanical pressure, knees are susceptible to a wide variety of injuries.

Chronic knee pain is often caused by inflammation after an injury, or inflammatory conditions such as arthritis. If you have a knee injury, remember to take the following actions, summarized by the mnemonic, P.R.I.C.E:

  • Protect the knee injury with padding or a splint
  • Rest the knee to reduce repetitive strain, prevent further injury, and allow time for the knee to heal
  • Ice the knee to reduce swelling; this should be done 2–3 times per day for 20-30 minutes each time
  • Compress the knee with a wrap or brace, to reduce swelling and support the joint
  • Elevate the injured leg; this will also help reduce swelling

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