Knee Pain

Knee pain causes include knee injury, arthritis (several types), hemarthrosis, systemic inflammatory disorders, and various other causes. Knee pain is commonly caused by a physical injury to the knee, such as a contusion, knee sprain, knee strain, knee fracture, knee bleeding, torn meniscus, and similar knee injuries. Arthritis of various ...

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Knee pain Knee pain can often be treated at home - you should start to feel better in a few days. See a GP if the pain is very bad or lasts a long time. ...Source: NHS Choices UK1 ...

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Knee pain is usually caused by some sort of physical injury, such as a bruise, soft tissue injury, sprain, strain, fracture, and so on. However, various joint disorders such as arthritis and gout are possible. There are various other causes ...

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Causes of Knee Pain

Pain in just one joint Knee pain The knee joint is probably the most frequently damaged joint and is particularly vulnerable as it takes the full weight of your body. However, knee pain isn't always a joint problem. Learn about ...2

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Diagnosis of Knee Pain

Knee pain can be a symptom of many different conditions. A doctor will suggest treatment based on the condition causing your pain. They might:

  • refer you to hospital for a scan or specialist treatment, for example surgery
  • prescribe medication or ...
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Causes List for Knee Pain

Possible causes of Knee Pain (or similar symptoms) may include:3

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Treatments for Knee Pain

How to ease knee pain and swelling Try these things at first:

  • put as little weight as possible on the knee - for example, avoid standing for a long time
  • use an ice pack (or bag of frozen peas wrapped in ...
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  1. Source: NHS Choices UK: conditions/ knee-pain/ 
  2. Source: NHS Choices UK: conditions/ joint-pain/ 
  3. Source: Algorithmically Generated List

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