Pain In The Back And Front Knees When Bent Or Straightened?
Pain in the knee can have a variety of causes. From the situation you are experiencing, pain in the knee after climbing activities may be caused by a tear in the connective tissue around the knee area.
In the knee area, there are various connective tissues that connect one another. The connective tissue or ligaments in the knee area are quite often injured, such as a tear. Tears in the connective tissue can cause various symptoms such as:
pain in the knee area when moved the knee feels unstable swelling in the knee area Injury to the connective tissue often occurs in athletes, or in people who do strenuous physical activity such as mountaineering. Tears of connective tissue are usually harmless, and require direct examination by a doctor and healing may usually require surgery (depending on whether severe or not).
But besides that, the condition you are experiencing can also be caused by other causes such as:
bruising, muscle dislocation, fracture, bone infection, bone infection by kraena, to determine the cause of the condition you are experiencing, you should see an orthopedic specialist so that the doctor can check your condition directly. maybe later additional examinations such as X-rays, or MRI will be done if necessary.
It is recommended that you temporarily not climb, compress your knees with cold water / ice. use an elastic bandage or dekker for the knees.
Here's an article you can read about knee ligament injuries
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