Hijama Cupping for knee pain
What is chronic knee pain?
Chronic knee pain is long-term pain, swelling, or sensitivity in one or both knees. The cause of your knee pain can determine the symptoms you experience. Many conditions can cause or contribute to chronic knee pain, and many treatments exist. Each person’s experience with chronic knee pain will be different.
What causes chronic knee pain?
Temporary knee pain is different from chronic knee pain. Many people experience temporary knee pain as a result of an injury or accident. Chronic knee pain rarely goes away without treatment, and it isn’t always attributable to one incident. It’s most often the result of several causes or conditions.
Physical conditions or diseases can cause knee pain.
Osteoarthritis: pain, inflammation, and joint destruction caused by degeneration and deterioration of the joint.
Tendinitis: pain in the front of the knee that is made worse when climbing, taking stairs, or walking up an incline.
Bursitis: inflammation caused by repeated overuse or injury of the knee.
Chondromalacia patella: damaged cartilage under the kneecap.
Gout: arthritis caused by the buildup of uric acid.
Baker’s cyst: a buildup of synovial fluid (fluid that lubricates the joint) behind the knee.
Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA): a chronic autoimmune inflammatory disorder that causes painful swelling and can eventually cause joint deformity and bone erosion.
Dislocation: dislocation of the kneecap most often the result of trauma.
Meniscus tear: a rupture in one or more of the cartilage in the knee.
Torn ligament: tear in one of the four ligaments in the knee — the most commonly injured ligament is the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL).
Factors that may make chronic knee pain worse:
Injuries to the structure of the knee can cause bleeding and swelling and can create a chronic problem over time if not treated properly.
Sprains and strains
Bad posture and form when doing physical activity
Not warming up or cooling down before or after physical activity
Improperly stretching the muscles
Treatment of Chronic Knee Pain By Cupping Therapy:
1.Increase Blood flow.
2. Clean Toxins.
3.Improves Blood Circulation
4. Heal Knee Pain
5. Gives Muscles Strength.
6. Muscles Relaxation.
7. Improves Capacity Of Knee.
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