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.
Knee Injections
Friday, 14 May 2021 / Published in Knee Injections
All About Knee Injections
Before surgery is considered, doctors attempt to employ non-surgical methods of treatment whenever possible.  One of these treatments is injections. There are four main types of injections used for the knee: Steroid or Cortisone Viscosupplementation Platelet Rich Plasma Stem Cell  Injections are usually done in an office setting. With hips, the joint is deeper so