Posts Tagged ‘knee’

What Causes Cold Weather Joint Pain?

Woman who is exercising pausing for knee joint pain

When temperatures drop, lots of people experience increased aches and pains in the joints. But why does winter weather equal achy joints, and what can you do to change the equation? Keep reading to find out. What Causes Cold Weather Joint Pain? While many people observe increased joint stiffness and pain in cold and damp…

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Knee Arthroscopy Recovery: Timing At-Home Care

Doctor examines patients knee as they lie down

Knee arthroscopy offers a minimally invasive solution to various knee problems, paving the way for a brighter future with improved mobility. However, the journey doesn’t end with the surgery itself. A crucial and exciting phase awaits you – recovering at home and returning to the activities you love. This blog offers practical tips and expert…

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Common Knee Injuries in Sports

Father comforting his son with a knee injury from basketball

The knee joint is the largest joint in your body. It connects the femur (thigh bone) and tibia (shinbone) and allows you to walk, run, keep your balance, and much more. Obviously, the knee is an incredibly important joint in our bodies, and healthy function of the knee is integral to almost all sports. However,…

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What Is Runner’s Knee?

Marathon runner in mid stride

Runner’s knee, also known as Patellofemoral pain syndrome, is when you experience pain in your knee, typically around your kneecap. Runner’s knee is more common in people who are actively involved in sports that involve running and jumping. Knee pain increases when you run, walk up or down stairs, sit for long periods of time…

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