The knee joint is made up of several components that enable flexion and extension of the joint as well as limited internal and external rotation. This structural system facilitates movements such as squatting, walking, getting up and much more that is important throughout daily activities.
Although knee pain can be due to various causes, a torn meniscus is a common cause.
When an individual damages the cartilage or a meniscus in the knee, they may have the problem corrected by undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery
Hip replacement surgery will keep you in the hospital for only a few days, but when you get home, the second part of your recovery begins. A regular exercise regimen is vital to help prevent complications (like blood clots), improve motion of the hip and help you gradually return to normal day-to-day activities.
Water on the knee is the layman’s term for a medical condition called knee effusion. Knee effusion is characterized by swelling of the knees, either in one or both legs, and knee pain. Knee effusion happens for one of three reasons: an injury, a disease or overusing the knees.
The surgical treatment helps in relieving pain and restoring the function of the joint after the damage. If you have pain in the knee joint, it can become difficult to perform daily activities. People who are over the age of 50 commonly seek this surgery due to wear and tear on the knee joint.