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How To Treat Knee Pain From Basketball

Executive Summary Common knee injuries from playing basketball include ACL injuries, meniscus tears, patella tendonitis, and more. Treatment options for basketball knee pain include pain management strategies, physical therapy, and the RICE method.  Knee replacement surgery is a last resort option that can provide long-term relief if other methods do not work. Always consult

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What Can Cause Knee Pain Without Injury?

1 in 4 adults suffers from chronic knee pain. Are you one of them? Or have you experienced sudden knee pain without injury and you’re not sure what’s causing it? Unexplained knee pain can be frightening. What can cause knee pain without injury anyway? We’re here to talk about it. Read on to learn

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Knee Pain

4 Knee Surgery Alternatives to Consider Before Surgery

According to the American College of Rheumatology, there are almost 800,000 knee replacements performed each year. If you’ve been experiencing knee problems recently, you might want to explore the idea of going through the knee replacement process. There are a lot of reasons for knee replacements. For example, if you’re experiencing arthritis in one

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Knee Pain

IT Band Syndrome: Everything You Need to Know

Did you know that IT band syndrome, also known as iliotibial band syndrome, commonly affects cyclists, basketball players, runners, and skiers? If you experience pain in the outer part of your thigh or knee while running or engaging in other physical activities, you may be dealing with IT band syndrome. This is a common

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Knee Pain

What is Causing My Knee Pain?

If your knee pain started suddenly, or soon after a particular movement you made, then you may already have a good idea of how it happened — even if you don’t know exactly what the problem is. Maybe you were playing basketball or hiking, or maybe you fell and hit your knee on the

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Explaining Knee Pain When Sitting or Squatting

If you’re experiencing knee pain from squatting motions, sitting, or knee flexion, there is a possibility that your knee’s ligaments, tendons, or cartilage have been damaged or degraded. To put scientific jargon into layman’s terms, if you’re experiencing front, back, inner, or outer knee pains, here is a break-down of what it could be.

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