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    Really bad knee pain, what should I do?

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    I have really bad pain in my knee I'm not walking on it and the pain is continuing. I also have it wrapped up but nothing is working with the pain. What should I do?
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    Dr Bill Adamson

    Osteopath, Personal Trainer, Pilates Instructor

    I like making people understand their bodies, the how's and why's of their dysfunction. I also have a quiet passion for neuroscience and the effect … View Profile

    Hi

    This ain't an easy one to answer Mr/Mrs Unknown.

    Knee pain can be caused by a variety of different factors and to diagnose or advise someone with pain we need to know more of the how/why of an individual's pain.

    Your first port of call should be to discuss your problem with your local Osteo/Physio/GP. They will run through a thorough medical history and orthopedic examination.

    Or post more information and we can attempt to help via the interwebs.

    Sincerely

    Bill Adamson

    errolstosteo.com.au

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    Mr Ilan Freedman

    Orthopaedic Surgeon

    Mr Ilan Freedman is an experienced Melbourne Orthopaedic Surgeon with specialist experience in Direct Anterior Minimally Invasive Hip Replacement, Patient-Specific Knee Replacement, Robotic Hip and … View Profile

    Fist, get an X-ray. At the moment I cannot advise if your problem is due to arthritis or a sof tissue problem. The first step to being able to treat any condition is to make a diagnosis. Get an x-ray and then take it from there ...

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