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What is Knee Tendonitis?

Description of the condition

Knee tendonitis is an inflammatory condition of the tendon tissues that connect the muscles to the bones in the knee area.


Knee tendonitis can be classified as chronic or acute, depending on the duration of the condition.


The main symptoms of knee tendonitis are pain and swelling in the knee area, limited movement, and joint stiffness.


The main causes of knee tendonitis include overuse, injury, improper exercise technique, and age-related tissue changes in the joint.


Diagnosis of knee tendonitis involves a doctor's examination, X-rays, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and ultrasound.


Treatment of knee tendonitis includes the use of anti-inflammatory drugs, physiotherapy, rehabilitation, and in some cases, surgical intervention may be required.


Prevention of knee tendonitis includes proper exercise technique, moderate physical activity, muscle warm-up and stretching, as well as proper nutrition and rest.


To diagnose and treat knee tendonitis, it is advisable to consult an orthopedic doctor.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.