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Do you have knee pain?

If you have knee pain, it can be quite uncomfortable and when you go to the doctor, you hear about surgery and you get scared, check everything on Google and make sure it's serious, besides getting annoyed and many websites offer you various creams and surgeries. We want to help you get peace of mind and that's why we state that problems such as:

- Knee cap pain

- Pain on the outside or inside of the knee

- Pain on the bottom of the knee

- Pain behind the knee

- Constant crunching in the knee when walking or squatting

- Knee pain after surgery

- Regular inflammation and swelling of the knee

- Meniscus tear

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                                                                                             can be resolved with therapeutic massage at our DAOS CLINIC.

Even if you have a problem with a knee meniscus, very often 1-2 sessions will get rid of your pain. But it all depends on the extent of the meniscus tear, the location of the tear and a number of other factors that will be discussed at the first session.

You think that if your knee hurts, the problem is in your knee.

This is a very common misconception that profits various companies offering pain relief creams and surgeries. Creams are good if you have a sports injury. Surgery is necessary for permanent knee injuries. But we assure you that 80% of all causes of knee pain are not problems of the knee joint itself.

What do we suggest you do?

Initially try to strengthen your knee, you may be that lucky person who is doing fine, you just haven't been paying proper attention to your knees and a simple exercise will help you.

1.    Sit on a chair and straighten your back
2.    Straighten first one leg 10-20 times, then the other 10-20 times
3.    Repeat the exercise 3 times
4.    2-3 times a week

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This simple exercise strengthens the front muscle of the leg, the quadriceps. The patella (knee cap) is covered by the tendon of this muscle and strengthening the quadriceps stabilises the knee. If the pain persists with regular exercise, do not be alarmed, but come in for an first appointment where further tests and first treatment will be carried out to clarify the situation and provide further advice and answers to questions about what exactly is happening to your knee or knees.

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