How To Deal With The Pain Of A Missing Knee Injury?
around 2016 I had a knee injury when playing futsal, the next day I only went to a massage therapist, after a few days later healed, but the knee that was injured often felt pain when doing physical activities such as sprains or such as dislocation, sometimes the pain disappear quickly after the legs are straightened and there is a bone that shifts back to normal, but sometimes it can’t be restored and feels very long pain, my question is what should I do so that it doesn’t happen over and over again? thank you
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So that the complaints you experience are not repeated, then the handling of the cause is needed. Some conditions in the knee can occur related to complaints that you submit, namely:
1. Sprains, namely ligaments that experience excessive stretching or tearing either in total or in part.
2. Bursitis, which is inflammation of the pockets filled with knee fluid (bursa), can be accompanied by an infection or not.
3. Meniscus tears (crescent-shaped discs on cartilage that function as friction absorbers).
4. Tension of the muscles and / or tendons of the knee.
5. And others, you can read more here.
To be able to know what is happening with your knee, see your orthopedic specialist. The doctor will do an examination, if necessary will be followed by a knee X-ray examination. Based on the series performed directly by the doctor, it can be seen what is happening with your knee, so that treatment can be done immediately. It is hoped that you will not feel the same complaints over and over again.
Meanwhile, limit physical activity, especially those using the knee joint, such as running, jumping, cycling and others, until the doctor allows it. Use elastic bandages to overcome knee joint movements. Avoid doing massage on the sick part yes, because it can aggravate the condition.
Thus hopefully useful.