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Leg knee cracking sound
My right side leg knee comes cracking sound when ever just fold it and it pains when I climb the floor and when I sit I'm facing this since 4 months, is this can be curable? Is it a major problem? How get rid of this
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Start knee exercises . Hot fomentation.
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Patellofemoral joint pain secondary to patella malalignment due to sitting cross legged using that leg. This sitting lifestyle leads to weakness of the muscles of that leg which are unable to maintain the patella alignment.
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pain relief by lifestyle modifications plus patella taping and muscle training
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we can do a teleconsultation if you want
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Knee cracking and pain on climbing is from CHONDROMALACIA PATELLAE where cartilage under knee cap becomes soft and cracks causing pain. Probably you are sitting and working long hours.
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Xrays knees. Avoid bending knees more than 90 degrees. Every one hour stand up from chair and stretch ur knees. Online consultation will be helpful to understand
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Is there any history of twisting injury. Pain on folding legs and climbing stairs suggest meniscus injury. And it is associated with clicking and locking of knee.
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Need to examine and rule out the meniscus tear. Only after proper diagnosis we will know the root cause of problem and treat it accordingly.
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start knee strengthening exercises. static quadriceps exercise, avoid sitting cross legged, use of commode chair.
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