Knee Pain

Cures And Remedies For Knee Pain

Every year, millions visit a doctor complaining of pain in the knee. In fact, knee pain is the most common reason to go see a bone and joint surgeon.

Specifically, the knee is where the thigh bone comes together with the tibia. The tibia bone is the largest bone in the lower portion of the leg. At the joint between the thigh bone and the tibia rests the patella or knee cap. The entire joint is covered by the synovial sac which produces a lubricant like fluid for the functioning of the joint. Of course, other body parts are involved in making up the entire knee joint: muscles, ligaments, cartilage, and tendons.

The knee joint allows for rolling movements, rotating movements, and gliding actions. Because of the joint’s extreme versatility and complete range of motion and despite that the knee is able to support a person’s body weight two to three times over, the knee is highly susceptible to injury.

Knee pain, therefore, can be caused by many different factors and reasons. In general, pain in the knee is experienced as an aching feeling or as an on fire sensation.

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What Causes Knee Pain?

A lot of different conditions and diseases are associated with knee pain. Knee pain lasting for a short amount of time may simply be caused by overexertion. The following list describes the ten most common reasons for knee pain.

Arthritis: Arthritis is probably the most common association with knee pain. There are three types of arthritis: osteoarthritis, rheumatoid, and septic. Osteoarthritis is joint degeneration. Rheumatoid is joint inflammation. Septic arthritis is caused by joint infection.

Bursitis: The bursae of the knee is a protective structure within the joint that protects from general friction. Bursitis is caused by inflammation. The inflammation of the bursae can be caused by larger existing issues such as rheumatoid arthritis or gout. Interestingly, bursitis was once known as “the house-maid’s knee,” because of the constant kneeling one did as a house maid to clean floors. Bursitis can simply be caused by an over-use of the joint in a particular movement—such as continued kneeling.

Cysts: Cysts are simply fluid-filled sacs. A cyst around the knee joint causes not only general knee pain, but can also be the central cause of swelling of the knee.
Fracture: Any kind of break or crack in the bones that make up the knee joint will cause knee pain. That means a crack or break in the patella, the tibia, or even anywhere in the thigh bone can cause pain within the knee.

Gout: Gout places an inordinate amount of uric acid within the blood. The uric acid is produced as a result of an internal bodily chemical process gone hay-wire. Besides joint pain in general, uric acid can leave deposits of a crystal like substance in and near joint areas. At it’s most benign, gout can cause rheumatoid arthritis. At it’s worse, gout can cause total joint destruction.

Ligament injury: Ligaments support the knee. Any injury or overuse to the knee ligaments can cause serious pain. This type of injury is most common with sports.

Loose bodies: Anything floating around the knee joint can cause pain. These loose bodies can be anything from ligament and/or cartilage fragments to crystal deposits caused by uric acid in the blood stream.

Meniscus related problems: At the top end of the tibia where it meets the thigh bone sits shock absorbers, much like what is found in a vehicle’s suspension system. Only this shock system is made up of cartilage and is called menisci. A meniscus related problem is another one of those sports associated injuries, though damage can be done to the menisci other than participating in sports. Damage happens normally as a tear. A meniscus tear can also happen due to old age too.

Osteonecrosis: Osteonecrosis is bone degeneration. Osteonecrosis can cause knee pain when the degeneration of the bone happens along the thigh bone or the tibia. The problem can not only lead to knee pain, degeneration of the particular bone in question, but can cause deformity. Osteonecrosis occurs when there is a decreased blood supply to the bone. The decreased supply can sometimes occur due to a fracture or break.

Patellofemoral pain: No one knows exactly what causes patellofemoral pain. The pain centers specifically around the knee cap or the patella, and does not seem to spread. There is some suspicion that the patellofemoral pain is caused by an unusual rapid growth of some sort, the bones repositioning themselves in an odd way, a weakening of the muscles around the patella, or decreased range of flexibility in the knee. Whatever causes the patellofemoral pain is pretty much just a good, educated guess though. The pain is also sometimes referred to as anterior knee pain syndrome.

Knee Pain Prevention

Knee Pain Symptoms & Natural CuresWhether recovering from a knee injury or just trying to avoid knee injury and pain altogether, knee strengthening exercises are a great solution. Also, wear proper shoes with an adequate amount of foot support. If one is involved in a heavy exercise workout or knee-demanding sports such as basketball or skiing, be sure to warm up with stretches before engaging in such activities.

Improving the Support for Your Knees

Pads & Braces

It is easy to be skeptical on the efficacy of pads or braces, however for some people they can have a big impact at a low cost. When my mother had knee pain & put on a Cho Pat dual action knee strap (available on here) her pain went away almost immediately. Many athletes can be seen wearing leg compression sleeves from companies like McDavid (also available on here).


Some people who stand for long periods of time on long work shifts (like nurses) use shoes with extra cushioning in their soles. New Balance and Crocs are popular choices.

Even low cost insoles like those provided by Dr. Scholl’s can help provide some pain relief starting  around $10. A variety of higher cost insoles are available, though it is likely best to shop for them in person, as you will need to feel how the support fits your foot and arch. Some stores like Road Runner Sports offer a foot measurment service when you shop for new shoes.

Old shoes which are worn out can put extra stress on your knees and ankles. In some cases rotating between different pairs of shoes can help save you money while keeping your legs healthy. For example, if you engaged in a high impact sport like basketball you could use your new shoes for that & use older shoes for leisurely walking. As the basketball shoes get worn down you could add insoles and turn them into your walking shoes, while using new shoes during your higher impact exercises.

Ideal Shoe Types?

For a significant period of time some sources have recommended shoe types for different pronation levels.

  • Normal Arch: for people with normal arches stability shoes have typically been recommended. These shoes have higher density midsoles to absorb the shock impact from feet slightly rolling inward.
  • Flat (low) Arch: for people with low arches motion control shoes and stability shoes have typically been recommended. These shoes compensate for overpronation by having firmer medial support and flatter soles to offset excessive inward roll of the feet when they strike the ground.
  • High Arch: for people with high arches neutral cushioning shoes are recommended. These shoes tend to have softer midsoles and do not have stability devices or medial posts.

While the above shoe type recommendations sound reasonable, numerous studies have shown people who use shoes which feel comfortable to them are less likely to get injured than people who select their shoe based on the alleged best practice based on their arch. Thus if someone recommends a certain shoe type for you and it doesn’t feel good, then pick a different shoe. Once you find a shoe which works well for you & still feel great about it after an extended period of time, it can make sense to ensure you document the shoe model number and size and look to see if you can find the shoes on sale online in order to bulk purchase them.

Gretchen Reynolds’ The First 20 Minutes has an excellent section on shoe recommendations in chapter 7.

Running Barefoot

Recently running barefoot, or using shoes like Vibram Five Fingers which emulate running barefoot, has become a popular trend. However, even if barefoot running could potentially be better on your joints, your muscles become acclimated to what they are used to. Thus if a girl who frequently wore stiletto heels shifted to running barefoot she would likely be at an increased risk of injury. We are quite adaptive, but change to our muscular and joint structures take time & significant shifts increase the risk of overuse injuries.


The following four exercises are designed specifically to strengthen the knee area, and strengthening any individual part of the body is a great prevention method to help avoid injury and pain to that body area.
Knee Pain Remedies
Exercise One: Stand approximately six to twelve inches away from a wall. Squat, then lean the upper body away from the wall until the hip comes against the wall. Do this for about twenty seconds, then switch sides.

Exercise Two: Standing, cross left foot over the right. Raise arms straight above the head. Lean to the left as far as possible without bending knees. After twenty seconds, switch feet around and lean to the right.

Exercise Three: Feet together, stand approximately twelve inches away from a wall. Stretch your arms out horizontally. Don’t bend the knees. With the right hand, bend at the waist and reach as far down as possible. Remain in this position for about twenty seconds, then repeat with the left hand.

Exercise Four: Lie on the right side of the body on the floor. The elbow should be resting on the floor as well. Lift the left leg approximately a foot high. Repeat twenty times or as much as could be tolerated until thirty reps are reached. Repeat the exercise lying on the left side of the body and lifting the right leg.

If you find yourself routinely hurting after exercise it may be due to overuse. If you exercise daily it can make sense to add an off day or two to your weekly routine, or to do lower impact exercises some days.


A number of supplements are recommended to improve bone and joint health.

  • Calcium and Vitamin D: Vitamin D helps us absorb calcium & calcium helps keep bones strong and prevent bone mass loss.
  • Glucosamine and chondroitin: glucosamine sulfate and chondroitin sulfate help improve joint mobility and remove pain.
  • SAMe: S-adenosy-L-methioine helps improve joint strength by delivering sulfur to your cartilage.
  • MSM: can reduce muscle damage and other exercise-related stress markers & may slightly reduce some symptoms of arthritis of the knee.
  • natural anti-inflammatories: turmeric, ginger and boswellia are natural alternatives to ibuprofen or asprin which may be used to treat osteoarthritis. Dr Weil recommends consulting your doctor before using ginger in combination with other blood thinning drugs or supplements like ginko biloba.

Risk Factors

Previously stated all ready, many different conditions, symptoms, diseases, and conditions can cause knee pain. Certain individuals may be at higher risk for knee pain than others though. For instance, habitual runners have higher instances of knee pain. Because the knee does support at least the entire weight of the body and at least up to three times the weight of the body, those that are overweight are at higher risk to suffer from knee pain.

Those that are involved in high impact supports such as basketball, skiing, football, soccer, tennis and lacrosse are all more likely to find themselves suffering from knee pain. Anybody in a work related field that requires repetitive kneeling or crawling such as laying flooring and carpeting are more likely to develop knee pain symptoms. Lastly, with the onset of advance age, knee pain is almost a guarantee for the majority of the population.

Knee Pain Diagnosis

After going over a general medical history and then performing a physical exam of the person suffering from knee pain, an orthopedic (bone & joint) physician or surgeon can make a diagnoses as to what is causing the knee pain. In general, the exam includes bending the knee to figure out the complete range of motion and flexibility left in the knee. The doctor will also feel the knee with his hands, looking for any strange growths, deposits, or other abnormalities. Other tests may be administered as well as X-rays. In extreme cases, the use of an MRI or a computed tomography is not unheard of.

Knee Pain Treatment

Once diagnosed and the exact cause determined, there are three main methods of treating knee pain: herbal and other natural remedies, over the counter and prescription drugs, and surgery.

Herbal & Other Natural Remedies

At least twenty different herbs exist for knee pain relief. They can be categorized as topical treatments and herbs that can be ingested for the pain.

Topical Herbs

  • Basil: Use as an oil.
  • Comfrey: Use as an oil rub and will relief the symptoms of aching joints and joint stiffness.
  • Eucalyptus: An essential oil rub, the eucalyptus reduces swelling.
  • Ginger: Ginger reliefs arthritis, general joint stiffness, and pain from degenerative joint disease. Use as in a bath or as a hot compress.
  • Lavender: Another oil rub that can be used to alleviate aching joints and stiffness.
  • Mustard: For general knee pain, mustard can be used in a topical paste rub or in a bath.
  • Red Pepper: Helps with swelling and arthritic pain. Use as a lotion.
  • St. John’s Wart: Alleviates aching joints and stiffness. Use as an oil rub.
  • Wintergreen: For chronic, persisting pain in the knee, wintergreen can be used as an oil rub.

Ingestible Herbs

  • Celery: Treats gout and swollen joints. Used as a tincture—a mixture of infused alcohol. Vodka seems to work the best. Works as a decoction.
  • Chamomile: reduces swelling and spasms.
  • Deadly Nightshade: Alleviates swollen joints.
  • Devil’s Claw: Use in a tablet or pill form. Alleviates swollen joints.
  • Flaxseed: Works as a joint lubricant and is used in an oil form.
  • Geranium: Used against chronic and long-term, persistent pain.
  • Jamaican Dogwood: Works against swelling an general pain.
  • Lemon Juice: Helps with swelling.
  • Prickly Ash: Should be taken as a tea and relieves joint pain.
  • White Willow: Taken in a pill form or as a decoction. Helps joint swelling and pain.
  • Wild Lettuce: Reduces swelling and joint pain.

Various other natural remedies exist for relieving and treating knee pain. A few of the more traditional natural methods include: acupuncture, exercise, and massage.

Some of the more odd natural remedies for knee pain include acupressure, aromatherapy, magnetic therapy, and Rolfing. Acupressure is like acupuncture as in it utilizes pressure points on the body, but does not require the use of needles. Aromatherapy with the use of essential oil such as rosemary and peppermint seem to relax muscles in general and relieve pain as well.

Concerning magnetic therapy, it is believed that magnetic fields increase blood flow. Wearing a therapeutic magnet near the knee may also reduce pain by blocking the pain receptors. Rolfing is a painful, deep tissue massage technique believed to speed the healing process and help manage pain.

Over The Counter And Prescription Drugs

Knee pain can be self-medicated also with drugs such as ibuprofen, naproxen, or acetaminophen. These specific drugs can be found over the counter in name brands such as Advil and Motrin, Aleve, and Tylenol respectively.

Prescription treatments may include narcotics or pain reducers such as tramadol. Some drug treatments involve injecting the drug directly into the knee.


In the majority of cases of knee pain, patients do fine with the natural or over the counter treatments; however, with patients suffering from arthritis and osteoarthritis specifically, the only way to alleviate the pain is surgically replacing the knee altogether.

In a knee replacement surgery, the top portion of the tibia and the bottom portion of the thigh bone are replaced. Not all patients will need the entire knee replaced. Postoperative preparation is painful and recovery is also rather painful. Recovery involves six to eight weeks of intense physical therapy as well.

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  • Reply MAHIDHAR

    I am having knee pain from past 5 years due to the lack of cartilage. Even my mum has the same problem i am 48. Is there any herbal treatment to get back cartilage and relief from pain while walk and stepping down the stairs

  • Reply Dimar

    2 pills a day and no pain. Natural combination all in one pill. My husband used to take 6-8 ibuprofen a day, 2 each time for pain, I used to take 2-5. Now, we don’t take any. It is a combination of Glucosamine,Chondroitin Sulfate, Hyaluronic Acid, and any anti inflamatory ingredient like: turmeric, MSM, boswellia, bromelain. Excellent options are: over the counter at all pharmacies: Osteo Bi-flex, and Arthri-D3 at 1-800-326-8212 If one of the 4 key ingredientes is missing it won’t work well. No painkillers needed.

  • Reply May Paiva

    I Get Severe Knee Pain On The side of
    my Right knee from the inside This Happens
    only when when i sit down.I stand For long
    Hours At Work There is No Pain.
    The Pain starts as i sit down.Pls Advice.

    • Reply Meital James

      I would advise you to try infrared light therapy (also known as cols laser), which you can use at home whenever you need it, and it natural, non invasive and painless.

  • Reply kathy

    i have a lump on the back of my right knee and its swollen and tight painfull

  • Reply Rangnath

    I am 70 yr.old. I am reasonably fit with weight under control and doing exercise everyday…walking, yoga asanas. But since a week I am having pain in rt. knee.I suspect it to be due to injury-to legament while exercising. Can you recommend home treatment please?

  • Reply Anuj

    i was having pain in inside of my left knee for about 10-12 days. Along with that i had crackling sound in knee when i walked. The pain has subsided on its own gradually but the sound in knee is still there but has reduced somewhat. What medicine should i take.

  • Reply abhay.s.thatte

    dear sir,
    kindly advise how basil can be used as an oil for knee pain.Can it be prepared at home if so,please,please advise the details thereof & process of applying

  • Reply Rana yaseen

    i am 62 . i have pain in knee from one years when i stand and walk it pain in my right knee. i use the alopethic medicine but not complete clear the problem. i have some clastrol level high and uric acid also some high. so what you suggest plz reply

  • Reply rukmini

    had tkr surgery 4 months go, the pain and stiffness are still there,is there any homeopathic remedy for this pain
    rukmini iam 70 years old



  • Reply K L Rao

    I am having knee pain while climbing stairs. please advice

  • Reply marikkannan

    dear sir
    i am having pain on my left knee joint for
    4 months.i took x-ray test.there is little wear in between the plz suggest that
    how to solve the problem

  • Reply shyamal kumar

    Hi, my mom having knee pain from past 3-4 years, she is 48 years old. we are doing homeopathy treatment, for some time pain is relief but after some time it’s pain again started. so please advice me what can i do for permanent treatment. Thank you

  • Reply padmanabhan

    dear sir,

    Hi, my mother is suffering from shoulder and knee pain severe since from 10 years, her age is 76 yrs. please advice me what can I do for permanent treatment – Thanking you

  • Reply Julia Larsen

    Rheumatologist PWRs ibex sulfaSAKAZINE for my knee pain, but blood work showed increase white blood cells so I am allergic to that. Now using Hydroxychloroquine another prescription and so far so good. I feel less pain to no pain and swelling decreased. Drs have to try as we do to see what works best. I am sad knee pain, arthritis,maybe rheumatoid arthritis in both knees. Have been an athlete my whole life, live a healthy lifestyle….I appreciate so much info on web and many new findings to help as I age. Be positive and instead of running try biking…stay active. Best to all in 2012!

  • Reply Gillian Underwood

    I had a total knee replacement 8 weeks ago and I am intolerant to all anti inflammatory medication I have been prescribed. Each time I do exercise etc my knee swells up and is very stiff. I am using ice and rest. Is there any homeopathic remedy anyone can recommend?

    • Reply DR SAGAR. R MD (HOM)

      you can take RX- BRY-ALB 200 one dose .this is homoeopathy medicine available in any homoeopathy pharmacy .

  • Reply Mehr Naz

    My friend having intense pain in her knee from 6 years and she is 41 year old. when she walk and steping down or upstairs she feel pain and when set down then feel pain in standing up.Is there any treatment of in homeopathic.

    • Reply DR SAGAR. R MD (HOM)

      you can take RX – CAUST 200 one dose .

  • Reply Ripal Shah

    I am having knee pain while climbing stairs. please advise homeopathic treatment i am 41 year old.

  • Reply veena mahajan

    I got tkr on left knee on22/11/11 andgot physiothrapy for 35+7 days.for the first 30 days everything seems to be alright but afterwords iam getting severe pain sometimes through out the day while in the morning the stiffness +pain is more ofcourse it subsides after taking painkiller.I got the surgery done to get relief from pain Any suggestion please.

  • Reply Julie

    I have a friend who was recently diagnosed with osteoneucrosis and has basically been given an oh well, there is nothing we can do routine. Curious to know what essential oils, herbs, foods, etc. that can help to work toward trying to reverse her condition (like we can for osteoarthritis). Any suggestions?

  • Reply le xodus

    my wife do have knee pains on her right leg each time she stands for about 20min.
    she is her mid 20s, she is not an athlet
    . pls what could be responsible? and how can it be cured? thanks

  • Reply Joy PATTINSON

    I just got The Stick – it is great and I recommend this to everybody needing to strengthen muscles. I am about to undergo injections of Hyaluronic Acid into my left knee as an alternative to surgery. Hyaluronic acid is believed to cushion the knee joint and ‘replace’ cartilage. Meantime to order The Stick via All elderly people should own one and keep their muscles in shape.

  • Reply Julio Pie

    I am 57 years old, usually I practice sports but since 2001 I can even do a sort sprint because the pain on my knee doesn’t allow me to run anymore, I walk normally but I can not walk for too long or standing for hours, the Doctor’s recommend me surgery, also told me back in 2001 that in a year I will not be available to walk anymora, but here I am 2012 and still with the same strugles but not on a wheelchair, what could you recommend me, I ear about Instaflex and other brand, please give me your opinion. Thank you.

  • Reply Manish singh

    Dear sir,

    Hi, my mother is suffering from shoulder and knee pain severe since from 1 years, her age is 45 yrs. please advice me what can I do for permanent treatment – Thanking you

  • Reply money ram

    exactly what remedy or remedy finder helped me so far. sometimes applied arthiritis oil etc one doctor advised me to use hot water bag on the knee two times a day. Though active, dance, etc. this pain is not subsiding. God only knows what will cure this symptom
    money ram

  • Reply Alistair Taylor

    It really help me a lot..Thank you so much for posting this article.

  • Reply Ramu

    I 29 years.I am suffering from right knee joint pain in past 5 years, doctors observes my problem past 5 years but no use .still lam suffering, please give a good advice and save my life

  • Reply Cynthia Alicea

    Hyaluronic Acid is a miracle cure for knee pain and replacing lost cartilage. Also Glucosamine throughout the day. I use Glucosamine Twist Tubes from Nutrilite which is a vitamin liquid that is added to water (tastes like Vitamin Water without the sugar). Look for it here: Hyaluronic Acid should be purchased at a reputable vitamin provider. I get mine for Wellness Resources. Good Luck!

  • Reply obiba

    Hi, my mother is suffering from shoulder and knee pain severe since from 1 years, her age is 45 yrs. please advice me what can I do for permanent treatment – Thanking you

  • Reply jane

    please give me advice my mother has leg pain and 4years ago she had an left hip replacement,but now her right leg is paining sometimes she cant walk with it.she is 63 years old and doesn’t want another operation isn’t there an natural remedy that will relief her pain.

  • Reply nea

    When stepping up and down stairs I feel pain. When I set down, I feel pain in standing up especially after going for a walk in the neighborhood.
    The inside side of the knee is sore and sometimes swollen especially after playing golf. I think I have Rheumatoid joint inflammation. Please advice me what I can do for treatment.

  • Reply yasmin



    i am at the age of 62 years old i have acute knee problem more in the right leg and less pain in the left leg due to greasing problem as advise by the doctors.the space between the knee bone reduces and greasing problem. the x ray shows due to ostoarthtis problem.please advise me the best solution as allopathic medicine is not releiving the acute pain.

  • Reply Alice

    I have been adviced to undergo knee replacement any alternative by natural treatment

  • Reply priyanka

    mere leg me ankle ke upper boneline me 1” area me pain hota hai.please homeopathy treatment batein.

  • Reply anita arora

    I am having knee pain from past 5 years due to the lack of cartilage. Even my mum has the same problem i am 48. Is there any herbal treatment to get back cartilage and relief from pain while walk and stepping down the stairs and the grease has also lose from my knees

  • Reply jiji thomas

    Dear sir,
    Two years before my wife (aged 38)was slipped down in the bed room tommor ow we consult an ortho surgeon ,he reccomended 15 days rest with tied a knee belt (from tie to foot) in the right leg after that she could not recover it fully . Her right knee ligaments become loose after the injury.After that many times her patella (knee cap)slipped.We take ayurvedic treatment some relief get.Now the lst september her knee cap slipped. there is no relief now.
    please give us a good reply

  • Reply P V S S SASTRY

    I have problem in right knee,acute bend is ot possible , I cannot sit on the floor with folded legs so I have to stretch my right leg straight. I have severe pain in my right knee which will not allow me walk comfortably cannot walk fast and cannot jump. I am 50 yrs old. I am not taking any medicine. Can you suggest medicine in Homeopathy.

    • Reply DR SAGAR. R MD (HOM)

      you can take RX – BRY-ALB 30 one dose .

  • Reply Bhavika

    Hello sir,my mother suffering knee pain last 5 yr but now pain is more,from xray doctor say there is no space between thigh joint and lower joint of knee.she take alopethic pills but not slove at least liitle bit pain.can u give some home remidies,ya give massage oill name that relief pain.

  • Reply Md. Abdun Noor

    Dear Sir,

    My father is 79 years old and he has been suffering from (lift) knee pain for 6 months and he is under allopathic treatment but not yet any improvement,please advice me for my father’s sustainable pain clear treatment, Thanks

  • Reply ganesh

    My Knee Paining Suddenly Today ,I am Just 26 Year Old.I Don’t Know How It Is Plase Help…..

  • Reply Abaidullah Anwar

    can u please advise treatment for degenerative meniscus tear other than surgery.

  • Reply rashid shamim

    my mother is having pain in knee .she is having programe also in back .what remedies is need like oil we can made at home pls send

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  • Reply muaz

    my age is 15 year i los weight in gym and no eat proper food this cause of my knee cartage is los

    p;ease help me

  • Reply Josephine watetu

    hi,I have knee joint pain in between mid month and then dissappear after monthly period.give me reason why and what remedies to take plz.

  • Reply Jagdeesh

    My name is jagdeesh i am and 29 yrs old suffering from joint problem for last 10 years.any solution so i want to know how to overcome the problem please give me suppliment like homopethic

    • Reply DR SAGAR. R MD (HOM)

      yes you can overcome this joint problem .for that you can send detail complement on mail.

  • Reply Paul T

    Hello over the past year I tore both my meniscus and had surgery to repair them. I returned back to work and read tore my right meniscus and recently found out I have osteonecrosis in my left knee isn’t there anything I can do or take to help me with my pain.

  • Reply Dawa Rinzin Tamang

    I Get Severe Knee Pain On The side of
    my Right knee from the inside This Happens
    only when when i sit down.I stand For long
    Hours At Work There is No Pain.
    The Pain starts as i sit down. Pls Advice. Please Email me for more information

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  • Reply chandra shekar

    i am just 16 years i have more pain at least i can’t stand what should i do

  • Reply parikshat

    hi i am parikshat ,while i was playing kabbadi my knee got twisted,and then i got bed rest for 20 days was okay till i didnt have the second attack, i wasnt sure what was it whenever i try to do something my knee twists again and there is scared to death kind of pain every time…please let me know what is it? is it ligaments damaged or what?

  • Reply Syed Talha Ameer

    Hi I am Talha, my mother is 60 years above and involve in knee pain since many years please quickly solution of this problem. Doctors told me surgery is not possible because age factor with her.

  • Reply Pain Singapore

    This blog is very helpful and informative. I have been reading alot on the topic of knee pain online. There are few good knee supporters available but recently I stumbled upon this Teviron knee pain supporter I am thinking of getting for my dad.

  • Reply Priyank

    I am suffering from Osteonecrosis in knee joint due to steroid. Suggest me the proper Ayurvedic medicine.

  • Reply Parul

    My mother was not in position to walk as her both her knees were in worst condition and she was not ready to get council with any orthopedic as lots of rumors regarding knee surgery exist in society. She use to limp and cry everyday.
    This are worst part of my life to see my mother suffering so much pain and not able to live the way we want her to enjoy life.
    The I came to know about Dr. Anshu Sachdev from sir not only gave strong counseling to my mother but also got lot of confidence into her to get this knee surgery completed.We took this surgery on May 2014 and within two months time, my mother started walking as normal person. I can see and believe the joy and happiness that +60 years old mother got back into her life.Thank you very much Anshu Sir for giving my mother another life to live!

  • Reply Khan

    dear sir
    I have pain on right knee inner side. The pain is continuously for over 15 days. After taking digital X-rays it shows clear. The doctor suggested me some medicine but the pain persist. I feel more pain when I do prayer,means when I fold my leg. Please suggest me good treatment, I am 27 yers old. Thanks a lot

  • Reply fatema faeez

    dear sir …
    i have a pain above my knees . i have meet doctor. He advised me that the oil near my knees has reduced. He prescribed me oil to apply and massage. but the pain is still the same. would u please suggest me some ayurvedic medicine or doctors help for it.

  • Reply Asjad

    Hey sir, I am Asjad I am suffering from the pain in my both legs, When I start Running after 3-4 days the Pain Happens in the middle parts of my Both Legs, Please suggest me Proper Homeopathic Medicine.

  • Reply Kavitha

    Hi Sir,
    I am having pain in my left leg below knee right side of the knee. My age is 35. I am not able to sit down with cross legs for 5 minutes, i cannot walk fast, cannot climb stairs, I can hear a sound from my knee while walking. Kindly suggest me Homeopathic Medicine.
    Awaiting your reply.
    Thanking you,

  • Reply benugopal khamrai

    Hi, me having knee pain from past 3-4 months, i am 60yrs old years old. i am doing allopathic treatment, for some time pain is relief but after some time it’s pain again started. so please advice me what can i do for permanent treatment. Thank you

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  • Reply Gurvinder kaur

    I am 47 year old very pain my knee can you guided me what took Medicine i .

    • Reply Paramjit Singh Dhillon

      Please try take a dose of Arnica 30 in the morning and Rhus Tox 30 in the evening for 15 days.

  • Reply fatema s k

    I hv a knee pain while climbing stairs n slight burning sensation when my knees rest plz advice me what should I do

  • Reply Manisha dubey

    I took MRI for left knee ,in report shows synovitis and swelling in joints how I reduce that please suggest sir

  • Reply Mahendra S RAo

    I am 55 year old. workout yoga evry day. having severe knee pain. i am found of jogging but due to knee pain cannot go for jogging. i want to go for marathon. please advise.

  • Reply D

    I have had 2 partial knee replacements then ruptured both patella tendons, then infection almost lost my leg and now have my calf muscle in my knee because after infection no live tissue. It is very swollen and hurts. Any suggestions

  • Reply karge riram

    I am 34 yrs male my uric acid is 6.7mg..i used to play footbal but not now..after somedays of fotbal right knee feel pain n little swelling i thought it will be alright but not till n when ever i run a little my knees become pain n swelling started n after one two days it becomes normal n again it started when I play or run a little..what shud I becomes almost 7 mnths..plz suggest

  • Reply Betty

    I have a burning sensation in my left knee. What could be the cause and what do I do? Your advice will be very helpful please.

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