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Hi injured my knee a year ago at Muay Thai to the point my knee seem to poop out of place for 10 min and swollen instantly then it kind of gradually went back into place over the hr as I iced it so stupidly I didn’t go hospital & 1 year later still suffering with pain which feel right at back it knee especially when kneeling down pain is also located top of calve to up to back or knee. Hope that helps .. need to know what this could be so I can try sort this. Thank you

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5 hours ago, JMB 123 said:

Hi injured my knee a year ago at Muay Thai to the point my knee seem to poop out of place for 10 min and swollen instantly then it kind of gradually went back into place over the hr as I iced it so stupidly I didn’t go hospital & 1 year later still suffering with pain which feel right at back it knee especially when kneeling down pain is also located top of calve to up to back or knee. Hope that helps .. need to know what this could be so I can try sort this. Thank you

It sound's like patella tendinitis, Is it a burning just under the knee cap? 

Personally I'd advise seeing a specialist or at the very least your GP who can hopefully refer you to one (you may need to ham it up for this) 

alternatively a generally safe approach to tendon injury related rehab is what I wrote in a thread earlier last week 

"The best thing I've ever found for chronic tricep tendinitis is high rep banded extensions for a warm up and finisher to any pressing or tricep based workout. 

You want to grab an 8-16kg resistance band (slack - peak) and perform enough reps at the start of your workout that the area is very warm. Push fairly until it is quote challenging but still able to perform plenty more reps.

Take a couple mins rest and then start your workout. 

Once finished grab the same band and perform an amrap of tricep extensions with the same band.

Tendons respond well to ultra high rep concentric loading, this also serves to flush the area with blood.

I've used bands to great success in this exact manner for tricep tendonitis and patella tendonitis (looped over a weightless leg press).

I'm willing to bet that if you do this for a few weeks you will be able to slowly reincorporate some roped tricep extension movements and then progress back to more aggressive loading methods like straight bar or dumbbell tricep extensions."


This is of course assuming your  injury is some form of tendinitis.

I would either get this officially diagnosed or implement the above approach with kid gloves, letting any pain or excessive discomfort be your guide.  

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Thanks for your reply bud my triceps are fine thankfully ? well that I know of lol 

the pain is like a tight aching pain in back of knee n outer side hurts when kneeling for to long and have to get up feels really tight. 

Hope haven’t done any long time damage as like I say been a year and still have this and all drs say is phone physio! Should of gone train to hospital that night would of mri it if they seen it there & then grrr lol. 

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On 23/03/2021 at 1:30 AM, JMB 123 said:

Thanks for your reply bud my triceps are fine thankfully ? well that I know of lol 

the pain is like a tight aching pain in back of knee n outer side hurts when kneeling for to long and have to get up feels really tight. 

Hope haven’t done any long time damage as like I say been a year and still have this and all drs say is phone physio! Should of gone train to hospital that night would of mri it if they seen it there & then grrr lol. 

Pay for a physio or sports therapist. You’ve left it a year. Sounds like lateral meniscus to me. 

Pay some cash to see above privately. 

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