Newer advancements have made it possible for people to enjoy greater levels of mobility after their total knee replacement (TKR). This has been made possible with high-flexion knee replacement, a procedure that is fast gaining popularity because of its several merits.   Understanding knee mobility   The flexion in your knee is an evaluation of […]

Runner’s Knee is a broad term describing a medical condition that causes a dull pain, typically, around the front of your knees. Pain may also be felt towards the outer part of the knee, depending on the specific cause of this condition. These conditions can be anterior knee pain syndrome, patellofemoral malalignment, chondromalacia patella, and […]

[responsivevoice_button voice=”UK English Female” buttontext=”Listen to Post”] Exercises before knee replacement surgery In case your doctor has recommended knee replacement surgery after having seen your physical, you will have to prepare your body for a future operation. This basically means strengthening knee muscles so that the impact of the surgery is not adverse on your […]

The painful, wobbly, and unstable feeling of a loose knee cap is commonly caused by an injury that has either sprained or torn the ligaments. Anterior cruciate ligament or meniscus injury may also cause knee instability and pain. The kneecap is connected to the thigh bone(femur) above and the shin bone(tibia) below. It moves up […]

Has climbing the stairs become a menace? Have you been facing difficulty walking a long-distance? Do you find yourself complaining about your worn-out knees too often? It may be time for knee replacement surgery You may wonder and panic hearing the word ‘surgery’. However, if your knees are troubling and can’t support the daily motion, […]