When Squatting, The Knee Feels Lumpy After Falling Down The Stairs?
Afternoon docs My Teenager 15 yearsThat fell down the stairs about “2 metersAnd my knees when squatting taste MentokDoes it move or why? I walk Also ache n the first 20 minutes The legs can not be moved docs About why yes
Hello William, thanks for asking.
When someone has a blunt injury, for example due to an accident or fall, there is always the possibility of injury to the structure of bones, joints, muscles, skin, and deeper organs. In your case, collisions that occur in the knee may cause:
Joint trauma, causing inflammation and joint bleeding.
You should check with your doctor so your doctor can do a direct physical examination and take x-rays, to assess whether there is significant damage to your knee. If there is an injury, it depends on the type and degree, then the action can be in the form of a barrier to reduce movement, drugs to reduce inflammation, or surgery if it is severe.
In the meantime, limit strenuous activities such as sports, especially those that require a lot of running and jumping. Avoid sudden circular movements. Limit the amount of time standing and driving. Warm or cold compresses on a sore knee.
Hope this answer helps. Regards.