The following Conditions are related to Swelling of your knee joint

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  • Knee bursitis

    Knee bursitis is a condition that causes pain, swelling, and inflammation in the knee. It is caused by the buildup of fluid in the bursa, which is a fluid-filled sac that helps reduce friction between bones and joints. Medications for knee bursitis are all about reducing inflammation. 1. The first line of treatment is usually ibuprofen, which comes in pill form or as a gel that you can rub on your ski  Read More

  • Osgood schlatter condition

    Osgood-Schlatter condition is a common knee injury in young athletes. It's caused by an irritation of the tibial tubercle, the bump on the lower end of your thigh bone where it meets your knee. In most cases, this bump becomes inflamed and tender when you put weight on it during sports or other activities. The pain can be severe enough to keep you from playing sports or doing other things that make use of your kne  Read More