Injured Knee

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Injured Knee
« on: 14/03/2005 16:00:41 »
8 Months ago I injured my knee doing a lunge in new shoes on the pavement. Big mistake. I might have torn my pad. It seems to move out of place sometimes and hurts with each step. Sometimes not. Sometimes if I bend it right foer a few seconds it fixes for a few hours. Anyone else gone thru this or know about it?

My Dr says I may need pictures taken of the inside or a probe put in.

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Re: Injured Knee
« Reply #1 on: 15/03/2005 08:50:40 »
Sounds uncomfortable - does the joint ever lock in position and the suddenly spontaneously free itself ?

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Re: Injured Knee
« Reply #2 on: 16/03/2005 01:48:22 »
Oh yeah, locking isn't fun, I get that sometimes and have to straighten it to pop it back in place.

Lucky me smashed my knee into the ground while diving for a frisbee last night, looks like it is back to heat packs and massaging for a few weeks.

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Re: Injured Knee
« Reply #3 on: 16/03/2005 14:46:46 »
No locking, it just sometimes hurts. Not right under the knee cap but down one section, immediately above where the tendon underneath meets the bone, left side, left knee.

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