That popping sound in your knee is usually benign — unless it’s accompanied by pain and swelling. Here’s what you need to know.
Is a wobbly knee preventing you from walking comfortably? Here’s how you can get relief.
If you experience pain when you bend your knees, it could be due to one of these three conditions.
Competitive sports are a great way to stay in shape. But it’s important to take the proper precautions in order to avoid injury.
Physical therapy is often the recommended method to heal a ruptured meniscus in the knee. In fact, patients generally find relief within weeks.
Ski and snowboard season has arrived! But before you hit the slopes, learn how to prevent serious injuries. As snow piles up this winter, skiers and snowboarders are hitting the slopes to relish in their favorite seasonal workout. Unfortunately, along with the exhilarating exercise comes the possibility of serious injury. According to Globelink International, winter […]
Torn ACL? You can speed up your recovery by following these simple pre-op tips.
Recovering from a knee injury doesn’t mean you have to stop working out. Instead, switch to exercises that are safe and aid in healing the joint.
Find out what’s causing that painful clicking in your knee — and how to treat it.
An MCL tear or rupture can be a debilitating injury, but it often responds well to conservative treatment options like physical therapy.
Martial arts like karate and jiu-jitsu have grown in popularity — and so have injuries associated with these strenuous workouts.
If you’re experiencing persistent pain in your knee, it might be time to consider knee replacement surgery.
New Yorkers often take advantage of the warmer months to step up their exercise routines. Here’s how athletes can stay in top shape this summer.
IT band syndrome affects runners and office workers alike. Here’s how patients can identify the condition and reduce their discomfort.
A new study suggests that surgery may be the best option for a torn meniscus in the knee. But is it the right treatment for you?