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    1 Osteoarthritis (OA)

    The progressive loss of cartilage in the knee joint is the hallmark of osteoarthritis, a chronic illness. This degeneration results in discomfort, stiffness, and oedema. Age, genetics, prior knee injuries, obesity, and overuse are risk factors for osteoarthritis (OA). This could include Pain Management physical therapy, exercise, weight management, and assistive gadgets. Surgical alternatives such joint replacement or surgery may be taken into consideration in extreme situations.

    The pain can be felt all around your knee, or just in a certain place such as the front and sides. It might feel worse after moving your knee in a particular way, such as going up or down stairs. Sometimes, people have pain that wakes them up in the night. Ridomaxx Knee Care  & Ridomaxx Ortho Oil Helps Cartilage Repair & Releive Pain View Our Prodcuts
    2 Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (PFPS) Patellofemoral pain syndrome is the most common cause of knee pain seen by doctors. It’s common in people who participate in sports, especially women and young adults. The most common symptom is knee pain that increases with stair climbing or squatting movements.  The primary treatment is rest. Pain relievers or physiotherapy can also reduce pain. A condition in which the cartilage under the kneecap is damaged due to injury or overuse. Pain at the front of the knee, around the kneecap. Ridomaxx Knee Care  & Ortho Oil                                            Helps Cartilage Repair & Releive Pain View Our Prodcuts
    3 Meniscus Tear A common injury in which forceful twisting causes certain tissue in the knee to tear. A meniscus tear occurs in the rubbery knee cartilage that cushions the shinbone from the thigh bone. The meniscus can tear with forceful twisting or rotation of the knee. Pain, swelling, stiffness and difficulty extending the knee are symptoms. Treatment includes rest, ice, pain relievers and physiotherapy. Less commonly, surgery may be required.  Pain in the knee joint: usually on the inside (medial), outside (lateral) or back of the knee. Swelling. Catching or locking of the knee joint Ridomaxx Ortho Oil or Ridomaxx Relief Capsules View Our Prodcuts
    4 Ligament Injuries A torn Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) in the knee. The ACL is tissue that connects the thigh bone to the shinbone, at the knee. Most ACL injuries occur during certain sports such as basketball, football, skiing and tennis.Symptoms include knee swelling, instability and pain. Treatment may include Pain Releiver, Physiotheraphy or Surgery. Pain at the sides of the knee and swelling over the injury site. If it is an MCL injury, the pain is on the inside of the knee. An LCL injury may cause pain on the outside of the knee. The knee will also feel unstable, like it is going to give way. Ridomaxx Ortho Oil or Ridomaxx Relief Capsules View Our Prodcuts
    5  Bursitis Inflammation of the fluid-filled pads (bursae) that act as cushions at the joints. Bursitis occurs most often at joints that perform frequent repetitive motion. Symptoms include pain, swelling and stiffness. Common areas include the knees, shoulders, elbows and hips. Treatment includes rest, ice and pain relievers. Surgery is rarely required. Most common locations for bursitis are the shoulder, elbow and hip, but can occur in other locations like the knee, heel and base of the big toe Ridomaxx Releif Capsules View Our Prodcuts
    6 Iliotibial Band Syndrome              (ITBS) A painful condition in which connective tissue rubs against the thigh bone. Iliotibial band syndrome occurs when the connective tissue (ligament) extending from the pelvic bone to the shinbone becomes so tight that it rubs against the thigh bone. Distance runners are especially susceptible to it. The main symptom is pain between the hip and knees that worsens with activity. pain on the outside of the knee. It might affect one or both of your knees. The pain is an aching, burning feeling that sometimes spreads up the thigh to the hip. You might notice this pain only when you exercise, especially while running. Ridomaxx Ortho Oil &  Ridomaxx Relief Capsules View Our Prodcuts
    7 Patellar Tendonitis               (Jumper’s Knee) An injury to the tissue connecting the kneecap to the shin bone (patellar tendon). The patellar tendon helps the muscles extend the knee. This injury is most common in athletes who frequently jump, such as when playing basketball and volleyball. Knee pain, swelling and stiffness are common symptoms. Treatment usually begins with physiotherapy and pain relief. Pain is the first symptom of patellar tendinitis, usually between your kneecap and where the tendon attaches to your shinbone (tibia). Ridomaxx Ortho Oil &  Ridomaxx Relief Capsules View Our Prodcuts

    Conclusion : Being aware of many causes of knee pain allows people to take preventative and remedial action. People can seek right treatment that is customised to meet their unique needs by identifying symptoms and indicators linked to arthritis, injuries, and other contributing factors. Objective is always to reduce pain, restore function, and improve overall quality of life, by surgical interventions like surgery or more conservative ones like rest, exercise, and lifestyle changes. Furthermore, doing preventive steps first such as keeping a healthy weight, using good biomechanics, and getting regular exercise can help reduce the likelihood of developing knee discomfort later on and improve joint health and well-being over the long run.

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