Whether caused by injury, ruptured ligament, or a health condition like arthritis, we have you covered with the best treatments and prevention tips for your knee pain.
Knee replacement surgery can improve your quality of life and relieve pain — but don't expect it to feel as good as new.
Joint pain can get in the way of people with rheumatologic conditions being able to move around and live normally. The simple exercises described by physical therapists here can be the key to getting relief – and back in the game.
This study found that naproxen — an over-the-counter NSAID medication — ranked most effective for reducing knee pain from osteoarthritis.
If you've tried everything to relieve your joint pain, it might be time to consider surgery. Here's what you should know before going under the knife.
If you feel your knees buckling, you could be risking a fall. Here's why you should pay attention to knee instability and some exercises that can help.
If you’ve had a knee replacement, here’s what you need to know about navigating airport security with a metal joint.
If you've recently had a knee replacement, avoid these overly strenuous or high-impact activities that can increase your risk of knee failure.
Learn what causes this painful swelling behind the knee and what you can do to find relief.
Find out why pro athlete and actress Gabby Reece was determined to avoid opioid pain medications after her total knee replacement.
Learn the best ways to use heat and ice to ease knee pain from osteoarthritis.
If you have chronic knee pain from osteoarthritis, gel-filled shoe insoles may indeed help reduce knee pain and improve physical function.
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