The following Conditions are related to Pain when walking

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  • Knee injury

    There's no cure for a knee injury, but there are many things you can do to help manage your symptoms, including: 1. Rest and Ice The first line of defense for any knee injury is to rest the joint, and reduce inflammation. Use ice packs or a bag of frozen peas wrapped in a towel to reduce swelling and ease the pain. 2. Stretch It Out A lot of people don't realize that stretchi  Read More

  • Knee pain

    Knee pain can be debilitating, especially when it prevents you from doing the activities you enjoy. Fortunately, there are many medications that can help relieve your knee pain and get back to your life. 1. Ibuprofen: Ibuprofen is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) that works by reducing inflammation and swelling in the body. It's commonly used to treat back pain and arthritis, but can also help with k  Read More

  • Kniest dysplasia

    Fortunately, there are treatments available to help manage the symptoms of Kniest syndrome. In addition to surgical options, there are medications that can help reduce pain and swelling, as well as physical therapy options that can help improve mobility in milder cases. If you have kniest dysplasia or another medical condition, it's important to talk with your doctor about what treatment options might be best for  Read More

  • Kohler's disease of the tarsal navicular

    Kohler's disease of the tarsal navicular is a condition that causes pain in your ankle and foot. It's caused by inflammation, which can lead to arthritis. You have a tarsal navicular bone in your ankle that supports your arch when you walk. If it becomes inflamed or arthritic, it can cause pain when you walk or stand on uneven ground. It occurs when the tendons around the navicular bone become inflame  Read More