Causes Of Knee Pain After Jogging?
Hello doctor, after every jogging exercise, my right knee feels like pain even though I have been warming up according to the previous rules. When walking normally doesn’t matter and when jogging is taken after a few minutes it hurts. What do you think of the doctor? Information please
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Sports are known as physical activities that can provide many good benefits, including increasing stamina, maintaining ideal body weight and avoiding various types of diseases. That is why you are encouraged to exercise regularly. However, exercise can also put you at risk of injury. Of the many injuries that can occur during exercise, knee pain after exercise is the most common injury experienced by many people.
Knee pain that only occurs when after running may be due to a group of symptoms called runner's knee or patellofemoral pain. The knee joint consists of the base of the femur and knee bone. Pain can occur because:
Overuse or overuse Direct knee injury, for example due to collision or fall An incorrect or incorrect bone position can cause an uneven distribution of body weight. Anatomic abnormalities in the foot, for example flatfeet. There are other conditions such as displacement (dislocation) in the knee joint, fractures, local infections, lumps etc. You can go to an orthopedic doctor. Further examinations such as X-rays and so on may be done if necessary. In addition, doctors can prescribe anti-pain to reduce inflammation and relieve pain complaints.
some things you can do
Rest your knees for a while. Avoid burdensome movements such as running, squats, jumping etc. Compress knee with ice for 20-30 minutes Wrap the leg with an elastic bandage If you have anatomic abnormalities in the knee, wear shoes that are comfortable and can provide support. Thus the info we can provide
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