Causes Of Knee Pain Due To Injury During Self-defense Training?
I want to ask. I injured my leg during self-defense training. 2 times when I call it a muscle spasm and 2 times I fell and hit my left leg first until it was difficult to bend, the handling was only massaged after it healed but the long term effect was that my legs couldn’t be bent for too long and for example when practicing martial arts my legs wanted kicking so often hurts in the end and sometimes it hurts. why do you think that?
Hi Sri Rizki,
A history of injury to the muscular and skeletal system often has long-term effects. The condition you are currently experiencing can be caused by:
shift of the knee joint disorders of the tendons or connective tissue in the knee long-term inflammation of the knee joint (chronic inflammation) for now, you should avoid doing physical activities that rely on the strength of your knee. Also avoid "massaging" the knee because it can actually aggravate the tissue around your knee. if you feel pain, you should apply a pain relief cream or gel that is widely sold in pharmacies. if you have recently suffered an injury, apply an ice pack to reduce inflammation.
Regarding the exact cause of your complaint, you should consult an orthopedic specialist. Through a physical examination and supporting examinations such as X-rays, CT Scan or MRI, the doctor can clearly find the cause of your complaint.
hope it's useful