Treatment of Knee pain with Physiotherapy – now in Giza, Egypt
Knee pain is a common complaint for people of all ages. Knee pain may result from injury, such as rupture of a ligament or cartilage. There are also some pathological conditions - such as arthritis and inflammation - that can cause knee pain. and can be treatment with physiotherapist
Many minor knee pain cases respond well to self-care procedures. Physical therapy and the use of knee pads can also help ease knee pain. However, knee pain may in some cases require surgical repair.
The location and severity of knee pain may vary, depending on the cause of the problem. Signs and symptoms associated with knee pain may include:
- Redness and feeling of heat when you touch
- Inability to completely straighten the knee
A knee injury can affect any ligaments, tendons or sacs that surround the knee joint as well as the bones, cartilages and ligaments that form the joint itself. Some of the most common knee injuries include:
- ACL injury. - one of the four ligaments that connects the bone of the tibia and the femur. ACL is a common injury in people who play basketball, football or other sports that require sudden changes in direction.
- Fractures. Knee bones, including the top of the knee (patella), can be broken during a car crash or fall. People with osteoporosis due to osteoporosis can sometimes break a knee simply by walking incorrectly.
- Cystitis in the knee. Some knee injuries lead to inflammation of the sores, small bags of fluid acting as a cushion on the outside of the knee joint so that tendons and ligaments slide smoothly on the joint.
- Arthritis of the Knee. Tendonitis is inflammation, irritation and inflammation of one or more tendons, the thick fibrous tissue that binds the muscle to the bone. Runners, skiers, cyclists and other participants in jumping sports and activities are susceptible to rotary tendonitis, which connects the quadriceps muscles in the front of the thigh to the large calves.