How Knee Pain Is Diagnosed
The knee is a sensitive area of the body and one that can be injured performing almost any activity. It is a vulnerable joint and a simple twist can lead to a serious injury as well as ongoing problems and a long recovery time. Therefore, whether your sport is rugby or racquetball, bowling or badminton, you cannot take chances with this body part.
When you take the necessary steps in preventing an injury, you will enjoy your chosen sport more and avoid Physical Therapy and other painful and time consuming tasks that come with nursing a knee injury.
Understanding how knee problems occur by familiarizing yourself with the anatomy of the knee joint and how the parts of the knee work together to maintain normal function can help knee injury prevention. The knee has a somewhat unstable design, yet it must support the body’s full weight when standing, walking and running. So it’s not surprising that knee problems are a fairly common complaint among people of all ages.