What Are the Symptoms of Torn Knee Tendons?
There’s no question that knees get a lot of use: walking, climbing stairs, squatting, kneeling, running, and even sitting and standing. And if you play sports, work out, or dance, you can add things like jumping, pivoting, juking, and sprinting to the list. 
How Do You Know If You Have A Torn Meniscus
The meniscus is soft, resilient cartilage in your knee joint between your thigh bone (femur) and shin bone (tibia). It creates a cushion to absorb shock and to prevent bone rubbing on bone. If you twist too quickly or radically at your knee joint when your knee is bearing weight, you can tear the meniscus. It is a common sports injury when athletes run, jump, juke, or pivot. But, really, it can happen even while you are moving about in your kitchen or at the office.
4 Common Knee Injuries That Should Be Seen By A Professional
You may remember from physical education class that injuries should be treated by applying RICE: Rest, Ice, Compression, and Elevation. In many cases, implementing the measures recommended by this useful acronym is good advice. However, you will need professional consultation for the following types of common knee injuries.
Symptoms of Knee Cartilage Damage
conditions is knee cartilage damage. Today, we will examine why people develop this problem and what the most common symptoms are.
The Fastest Way To Heal Patellar Tendonitis
r tendonitis is an injury of the knee. Having healthy, mobile knees is important for everyone, but especially for people who like to stay active. If you are struggling with this injury, Dr. Tchejeyan can help. Here is a little more information on healing tendonitis of the patella.
Knee Replacement vs. Knee Resurfacing
vities you love. Issues with cartilage in the knee, as well as other problems with your knee anatomy, may lead you to consider total knee replacement surgery or knee resurfacing. We're here to tell you the difference between the two and the best way to determine which is the right choice.
Friday, 18 June 2021 / Published in Athlete Knee Care
Specialized Care For Athletes
Among the several sub-specialties of orthopedics, sports medicine is perhaps the most common. Many orthopedic surgeons go on to become fellowship-trained in sports medicine.