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Knee Pain

The location of the knee pain can vary depending on which structure is involved. With infection or an inflammatory process, the whole knee might be swollen and painful, while a torn meniscus or fracture of a bone gives symptoms only in one specific location. A Baker cyst will usually cause pain in the back of the knee. The severity of the joint pain can vary, from a minor ache to a severe and disabling pain.

Some of the other signs and symptoms that accompany knee pain are:

  • difficulty weight bearing or walking due to instability of the knee,

  • limping due to discomfort,

  • difficulty walking up or down steps due to ligament damage,

  • locking of the knee (unable to bend the knee),

  • redness and swelling,

  • inability to extend the knee, and

  • shifting weight to the opposite knee and foot.

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