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Knee Conditions

Here are some common knee pain conditions that we specialise in

Not sure about your knee conditions? We can help narrow down the list by matching you pain symptoms below

Knee Conditions

Here are some common knee pain conditions that we specialise in

Not sure about your knee conditions? We can help narrow down the list by matching you pain symptoms below

Pain Symptoms

Find out which condition matches your pain points the best. Do note that it might not be accurate, but we hope to give you a better idea of the condition that you might be experiencing

  • A loud pop or popping sensation at the knee 
  • Severe, abrupt pain to the knee while engaging in physical activity 
  • Rapid swelling of the knee
  • Unable to stand, walk or move the knee
  • A popping sensation in the knee
  • Acute onset of pain in the knee
  • Swelling in the knee a few hours after the popping sensation
  • Difficulty in straightening the knee 
  • Difficulty in moving the knee, or feeling as though the knee is locked
  • A visibly deformed knee
  • Difficulty in straightening a bent knee 
  • Tenderness and pain in the knee
  • A swelling knee
  • Kneecap is sloppy and can move sideways excessively

You may have:
ACL Tear
A tear or sprain of the ACL occurs whenever there is a sudden change in the direction or pivot of a locked knee.

ACL injuries are a common phenomenon among people who engage in highly demanding physical activities more so sports.

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You may have:
Meniscus Tear
A meniscus tear refers to damage to the cartilage which causes the knee to lose its function and is mostly related to either trauma or age.

Some common causes are degeneration, a sudden stop or forceful wist of the knee or even stress casued by heavy body weight.

It is common for the symptoms of a meniscus tear to present similar to those for Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) injury.

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You may have:
Patella (kneecap) Dislocation
The kneecap is held in place by a group of ligaments and muscles. A dislocation occurs when these ligaments and muscles are overstretched or torn, and the kneecap slides out of the groove.

Typically, this movement happens suddenly. You are likely to experience sharp pain, and you might be unable to stretch your knee.

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  • Pain becomes unbearable with activity and lessens when you rest
  • Stiffness in the knee joint
  • Swelling which is worse when one is resting
  • Inability to move the knee freely, and a feeling of a locked-up knee
  • Buckling sensation in the knee
  • Warmth and tenderness in the knee joint
  • A crackly knee during movement
  • Presence of severe pain within the knee section
  • Tenderness, warmth and swelling in the knee joint
  • The knee looking deformed
  • Difficulty doing a straight-leg raise or extending the knee
  • Reduced range of motion

You may have:
Knee Osteoarthritis
Knee Osteoarthritis is a degenerative disease where the cartilage in the knee joint wears away. In some cases, bone spurs might begin to form. As a result, patients experience pain in the knee.

Almost everyone develops a form of arthritis as they age. It is also the most commonly reported cause of knee osteoarthritis.

However, people who have suffered rheumatic arthritis are predisposed to suffering knee osteoarthritis.

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You may have:
Fractures around Knee
Fractures around the knee implies a fracture in one or more of the components making up the knee. Fractures of the knee could be dangerous, especially when they lead to compartment syndrome, also known as neurovascular compromise.

Knee fractures could be isolated to specific parts of the knee joint or the whole section.

The symptoms could be an aggregation of injuries to the individual components of the knee joint.

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Pain Symptoms

Find out which condition matches your pain points the best. Do note that it might not be accurate, but we hope to give you a better idea of the condition that you might be experiencing

  • A loud pop or popping sensation at the knee 
  • Severe, abrupt pain to the knee while engaging in physical activity 
  • Rapid swelling of the knee
  • Unable to stand, walk or move the knee

You may have:
ACL Tear
A tear or sprain of the ACL occurs whenever there is a sudden change in the direction or pivot of a locked knee.

ACL injuries are a common phenomenon among people that engage in highly demanding physical activities more so sports.

Find Out More

  • A popping sensation in the knee
  • Acute onset of pain in the knee
  • Swelling in the knee a few hours after the popping sensation
  • Difficulty in straightening the knee 
  • Difficulty in moving the knee, or feeling as though the knee is locked

You may have:
Meniscus Tear
A meniscus tear refers to damage to the cartilage which causes the knee to lose its function and is mostly related to either trauma or age.

Some common causes are degeneration, a sudden stop or forceful wist of the knee or even stress casued by heavy body weight.

It is common for the symptoms of a meniscus tear to present similar to those for Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) injury.

Find Out More

  • A visibly deformed knee
  • Difficulty in straightening a bent knee 
  • Tenderness and pain in the knee
  • A swelling knee
  • Kneecap is sloppy and can move sideways excessively

You may have:
Patella (kneecap) Dislocation
The kneecap is held in place by a group of ligaments and muscles. A dislocation occurs when these ligaments and muscles are overstretched or torn, and the kneecap slides out of the groove.

Typically, this movement happens suddenly. You are likely to experience sharp pain, and you might be unable to stretch your knee.

Find Out More

  • Pain becomes unbearable with activity and lessens when you rest
  • Stiffness in the knee joint
  • Swelling which is worse when one is resting
  • Inability to move the knee freely, and a feeling of a locked-up knee
  • Buckling sensation in the knee
  • Warmth and tenderness in the knee joint
  • A crackly knee during movement

You may have:
Knee Osteoarthritis
Knee Osteoarthritis is a degenerative disease where the cartilage in the knee joint wears away. In some cases, bone spurs might begin to form. As a result, patients experience pain in the knee.

Almost everyone develops a form of arthritis as they age. It is also the most commonly reported cause of knee osteoarthritis.

However, people who have suffered rheumatic arthritis are predisposed to suffering knee osteoarthritis

Find Out More

  • Presence of severe pain within the knee section
  • Tenderness, warmth and swelling in the knee joint
  • The knee looking deformed
  • Difficulty doing a straight-leg raise or extending the knee
  • Reduced range of motion

You may have:
Fractures around Knee
Fractures around the knee implies a fracture in one or more of the components making up the knee. Fractures of the knee could be dangerous, especially when they lead to compartment syndrome, also known as neurovascular compromise.

Knee fractures could be isolated to specific parts of the knee joint or the whole section

the symptoms could be an aggregation of injuries to the individual components of the knee joint.

Find Out More

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