Knee surgery is in one respect like having kids – both teach you that patience is a virtue.
Arthroscopic knee surgery, what I had a month ago on my left knee, provides a faster recovery than traditional open surgery. That is a fact. However, as my surgeon cautioned, arthroscopic or not, surgery is…Read More
Whether you are tying your shoe or doing a lunge at the gym, every day activities can trigger this pain. There are three possible reasons why it hurts when you kneel. There could be a problem in the kneecap, in the center of the knee, or in the back of the knee. Depending on which region hurts, it signifies…Read More
Scar tissue after knee surgery or an injury is essentially the body’s version of a Band-Aid. Also known as fascia or connective tissue, scar tissue sticks around after an injury because it helps protect the injured area. The tissue can be very sensitive to pain. It can also get tight over time and stay tender. To […]Read More
If you have experienced a burning on the left or right side of your knee, you know that this type of pain is excruciating. Many have compared it to sticking a dagger into the knee joint. What is generally going on in this situation is that your knee joint is…Read More
Inner knee pain can mean knee pain slightly above, slightly below or right where the knee joint bends. Before we delve deeper into inner knee pain we first we have to define what “inner” actually means so we both are on the same page. Making these distinctions are very important in order to zero in […]Read More