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Hello doctor...i twisted my knee while playing so i need to go for surgery..Its been 3 months completion of surgey.. Meniscus repair was done on my right knee and meniscus rasping was done on my left knee...right knee i am following Hinged knee brace ...pain was subsiding and i am having mild pain on surgery area.. but in my left knee the pain remains as before surgery... doctor said rasping technique done for healing of meniscus... currently i am not using any brace for left knee.. but the pain is there and i leg is getting struck while walking...my Ques is SHALL I WEAR ANY QUALITY KNEE CAPS or ROLL CREPE BANDAGE FOR LEFT KNEE. which one is effective for pain while walking... kindly give an consult..thank you in advance
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External support to any part of the body is to compensate for the internal weakness of the muscles and ligaments of that part. Physiotherapy helps a great deal to achieve the desired results.
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you are most likely having pain due to the patellofemoral (kneecap) joint where there will be malalignment of the patella due to the weakness of the quadriceps. this can lead to the sense of locking or being stuck. do you have pain while getting up after sitting for long? do you have difficulty in starting to walk after long sitting? do you have difficulty in going down the stairs? if yes, all of them are suggestive of knee cap joint issues.
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