Running doesn’t cause arthritis in your knees, but running injuries can raise your arthritis risk. Get tips for protecting your joints when you run.
Tight leg muscles and muscle imbalances can cause patellofemoral pain syndrome (runner’s knee). Stretching and strengthening exercises like wall squats can help.
Osteoarthritis is considered “wear-and-tear arthritis” and is the most common cause of knee pain. An orthopaedic surgeon walks us through how to find relief.
Where is your knee pain, and when does it feel better or worse? Answer these questions to help your doctor determine whether your knee pain is caused by a tendinitis, arthritis, or something else.
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Whether it’s a painful shoulder, knee or elbow, tendonitis and bursitis are troublesome conditions that can affect just about anyone. The pain can come gradually, building up over time. Or it can feel sudden and severe. If you feel concerned or unsure about the cause of pain, see your doctor. But in many cases, it’s … Read More