Why Do My Knees Make Crunching Sounds?

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Crunching sounds produced by the knee is a symptom of Knee Osteoarthritis, a common type of osteoarthritis. This condition is caused by continual degeneration of the articular cartilage around a joint. It is advisable to seek the help of a medical professional when you notice this.
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it is due to a low level of protein in the human body. I suggest you add a greater amount of protein into your daily diet.
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have your doc check your MPFL, and the trochlear groove, i have the same problem, only my patella dislocates. there are some surgeries that could be done, but i would try bracing
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1. Balance the lower half of your body on the exercise ball. The ball should be supporting your upper legs and thigh area. You will need to hold up your upper body with your arms.
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Given your age and given history, you are likely dealing with a meniscus problem. The meniscus is a large piece of thick cartilage that provides the majority of shock absorption in
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