Posts tagged Knee Pain
Meniscus Knee Surgery, Is It The Solution?

Each knee joint has a medial and lateral meniscus, these look like two large C-shaped cartilages that separate the thigh bone from the shin bone. Each knee meniscus acts like a little wedge to assist with stability at the knee joint especially with rotational movement. They also act as shock absorbers while walking, running, and jumping, protecting the bone surfaces and allowing you to move.

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Fighting Back Against Knee Pain

Knee pain doesn’t just discriminate against retirees; it is known hinder people of all ages. Over 30,000 Aussies undergo knee replacement surgery, with many more experiencing pain and discomfort in the area. With those numbers in mind, there are good odds you’ll run into knee problems at some point of your life, especially if you are active or involved in sport in anyway. So what can you do if you start suffering from knee pain?

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