Common Foot Pain Problems

KNEE PAIN

Knee Pain
The Knee is a complex joint, and there’s plenty that can go wrong.
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If an old knee injury was not properly treated, it may keep causing occasional, or constant, knee pain. Of course, symptoms vary depending on your specific knee injury, and for serious injuries, you should consult your physician.

DID YOU KNOW:

  • Knee pain is incredibly common. In the United States it’s responsible for about 1/3 of all doctor’s visits for muscle and bone pain.
  • Knee pain can be a problem for athletes — over 1/2 of all athletes endure it every year.

REDUCE STRESS
ON YOUR KNEES

Treatment for knee pain depends on the injury. Mild to moderate injuries that cause knee pain can often heal on their own, given time. Whatever you do, don’t rush things. If you start using your knee before it’s healed, you could cause permanent damage.

There are a few precautions you can take to reduce the risk of a knee injury or reduce stress on your knees:

  • Stop exercising if you feel pain in your knee.
  • Increase any intensity of your workout gradually.
  • Stretch your legs before and after physical activity.

Good Feet is a retail establishment and not a medical provider. We do not diagnose, prescribe or fill prescriptions. For serious health issues, please consult your physician.


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