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Pain in knee area
I have been having pain in my knee area and I can feel it vibrate when I move it. It hurts when I bend or straighten it, generally the pain is just below the knee. I have not got hurt on it. I think it hurts when I kneel down(I always kneel down only on the yoga mat or bed) because I have some excercises while being on all fours. I do dance classes. It's more in my left knee than my right.
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Your knee pad is getting compressed while kneeling down and it hurts.
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You should support your knee with cushion while kneeling. You should do knee strengthening and stretching exercises with proper guidance.
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It may be your knee cap that hurts when it is compressed. Use icing 15 minutes with towel wrapping 2 to 3 times a day. Avoid going on the floor or bunch up the mat to form a cushion under your knee. If it still hurts avoid that position
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Do hot fermentation and quardricep exercise
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Nothing to worry mam. Kindly do a MRI of your knee for detailed study diagnosis of your knee , so that u will get a clear diagnosis & further treatment protocols. Even u can check with a physiotherapist/ ortho surgeon near your area for consultation. Since ur a dancer need to check with your knee stability & mobility. Avoid taking tablets without proper diagnosis. For further assistance call me via practo app online DR.ANDREW JAYA SINGH senior sports physiotherapist porur chennai
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Take proper cushioning under your knee while in the all fours position. Work on strengthening your knee structures. Apply an ice pack on the knee region for 7 minutes thrice a day for 2 days and it will settle down.
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You can consult us online on the Practo app to get a customized tailor made exercise routine for your condition.
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First i would say in this your age it is not because of your any underlying disease, it might be due to your yoga (in which knees get overstretched) or it might any jerk at your knee while dancing.
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better to see a physiotherapist and take at least 5 sitting, then you can gradually increase your exercises.
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apply ice pack thrice a day and perform isometric exercises of knee.( you can find that on google only)
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Hi there, Apply ice if the pain has just started and see if that helps. If it is a simple work related stress, it should subside with ice. If need be protect you knee with a knee guard. Compression may help for a while. I also do kinesiotaping for the knee and knee rehab exercises which is very effective in such cases. Let me know if you need help.
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If it does not subside, in a day or two, preferably reach out to an ortho for an X-ray to check if there is any effusion.
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Do not over stress your knee with movements while in pain with yoga or dancing for a few days
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