Why is my knee buckling?

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Knee buckling can be a symptom or a knee injury that needs medical attention. This is commonly caused by a tear of your cruciate ligaments in the center of your knee. Symptoms usually include swelling after an injury that may have included a popping sound. You should seek medical advice to be sure everything is okay. If left untreated it could make the injury worse and take longer to heal. If you cannot walk at all without your knee buckling you should go to your local emergency room for treatment.
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