Knee pain is pain experienced in the knee, although it may not necessarily arise from the structures there.

knee pain on activities

Pain related to jumping sports may be a tendon problem.

joint line pain in the knee

Joint line pain may be a meniscus tear.

knee pain at rest

Knee pain at rest may be joint arthritis.

 

Characteristics of knee pain

Knee pain can be very specific - related to a single structure where the pain my be easily isolated, or it may be vague and all that the patient can say is that it is 'in the front'. Pain may arise from the structures within the knee, or may be related to structures further away, such as the hip or lower back. It may be brought on my activities or experienced at rest.

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Video testimonials from patients trying an unloader brace for the first time.

Discussing forum threads about how knee pain can affect family relationships.

Physiothrapist, Lee Herrington, explores those problems that may cause pain in the front of the knee.

Why does everyone seem so vague about kneecap pain?

The literature about the kneecap is all a muddle, both online and in professional journals!

Common knee symptoms

'Common things occur commonly!'

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WEBINAR REPLAY

Professor Paul Lee discusses "The magic of fat cells."

Orthopaedic and sports medicine specialist, Professor Paul Lee, discusses how orthopaedic surgeons can use abdominal fat to extract special cells that can help arthritic pain.


*Please note that this is a replay of a live event. Questions were asked and answered during the original event, but there is no live moderator during this replay.


 

FORUM DISCUSSIONS

Only 24 yrs old and terrible knee pain!

Sharp knee pain.

Pain returns after 5 years since total Knee replacement.


CLINICAL PUBLICATIONS

Anterior knee pain following total knee replacement correlates with the OARSI score of the cartilage of the patella. Metsna V1, Vorobjov S, Lepik K, Märtson A. Acta Orthop. 2014 Aug;85(4):427-32.


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Webinar - Common Knee Symptoms - Focus on Pain.