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The knee joint is the largest joint of the body as well as is designed to sustain the whole weight of the body, enabling us to run, walk, or dance. Damage to any framework in the knee joint can influence typical activity.

Knee pain [ปวด หัว เข่า, which is the term in Thai] is a typical issue impacting people of all ages, young as well as old. Knee discomfort can be a result of injuries, such as a tendon tear or harm to the menisci, or can be age-related such as osteoarthritis. It is likewise experienced in a myriad of various other problems, such as auto-immune conditions, or rheumatoid joint inflammation, or as a result of the accumulation of metabolic items in the joint areas, or gout arthritis.


Knee discomfort, as well as its causes, can be generally categorized right into the following categories:

  • Injury
  • Joint inflammation
  • Mechanical problems
  • Other reasons

Knee discomfort brought on by injuries

Anterior cruciate tendon tear:

The anterior cruciate is one of four ligaments linking the shin bone, or shin, with the thigh bone, or thigh. The ACL tear is a usual occurrence among sporting activities individuals, in basketball, football, as well as skating, where a sudden change towards motion is required.

  • Fractures

The crack of the patella or kneecap is unusual, frequently seen as a result of roadway traffic accidents, or, rarely, as a result of loss of bone density seen in age-related osteoarthritis.

  • Meniscal rips

A sudden spin of the knee joint during weight-bearing can result in tearing of the lens, or the cartilage material in between the thigh bone, or thigh, as well as the shin bone, or tibia. The curves contribute to supporting the joint, staying clear of rubbing between the two interacting bones.

  • Bursitis

Bursae are little cavities of fluid along the sides of the knee joint that enable smooth moving of the ligaments and tendons against each other. Swelling of these bursae, or bursitis, is typically an outcome of injury, as well as is connected with acute pain.

  • Tendinitis

Tendons are the thick coarse bands that link the muscle mass to the bones, allowing movement. The patellar ligament helps affix the quadriceps muscle mass to the shin bone, the shin. Injury to this tendon, referred to as patellar tendinitis is frequently seen in runners, bicyclists, or those involved in activities that require jumping.

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