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WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins suffers severe knee injury!
Dr Bicos discusses his knee injury and treatment options.
Knee pain can strike at any age, but older people are most at risk. Knee joint degeneration occurs as a natural part of aging, which may culminate in osteoarthritis later in life.
Osteoarthritis (or degenerative joint disease) is called the “wear and tear” form of arthritis since it develops over years of normal activity. Knee osteoarthritis is a chronic condition and primarily found in people who have had a knee infection, injury, or are overweight.1
Being overweight increases the load on the knees, which accelerates joint damage.
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is another source of knee pain. RA is a chronic autoimmune disease, which means the body’s cells attack its own tissues. It develops on both sides of the body (bilateral).
Falls, sports, and trauma can cause knee injuries. The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), medial collateral ligament (MCL), and meniscus ligaments in the knee are often torn or damaged when an injury occurs. Common injuries include:
ACL injuries: This can occur by changing directions too quickly, sudden stops, jumping, or landing, and hyperextending the knee. ACL injuries are common, sports-related injuries.1
MCL injuries: A hit to the outer knee is what commonly causes a stretch or tear of the MCL, though pain is felt along the inside of the knee.
Meniscus tears: These are common injuries with the inner meniscus most often getting injured. Sudden twisting, resulting in swelling, pain, and knee locking often cause meniscus ligaments injury.
According to exipure Exercise can also help you lose weight. Extra weight takes a toll on the joints. Reducing the weight load on your knee can ease pain and help your knees heal. Strengthening the muscles around the knee also takes pressure off of the knee. For example, strong quadriceps can offset the shock-absorbing role usually played by the meniscus or cartilage in the knee.2