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Knee pain

Knee pain during running, squat, and jumping. Under pattela pinch type pain I am a sportsman. My pain was started 10 days before when i run 100 metre race. After the race my pain change into heavy pain. Then i was not able even walk next day. I apply ice on knee for 3 to4 days. Ice gave me some relief but not fully recovered. Doctor gave me Cipzox for 5 days. Its helpful but not fully
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Dr. Chaitanya Ulhas Mantri Mumbai | Occupational Therapist
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Please get it evaluated properly for better treatment to start
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Dr. Rahul chepuri Hyderabad | Pediatric Physiotherapist
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Hi !! Based on your complaints it seems like patellofemoral syndrome or acl injury ? However!! Please consult your nearest health care practitioner for accurate diagnosis. You need a physical knee examination. firstly to prevent further injury please brace your knee with kinesiology taping during any weight bearing activity
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Dr. Anuradha Sharma Noida | Clinical Physiotherapist
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Firstly check ur movement like knee flexon and extension if any movement is painful ya unable then tell me
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Dr. Suchita K Taparia Noida | Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
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Hello dear...knee pain because of many reasons...do complete examination of your knee...and start physiotherapy ...take TENS for 15 min and apply ice packs for another 15 min...With proper exercise...thanks
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