Re: Knee pain, just below joint and inside.


I'm not a physical therapist or anything, but I would suggest seeing a doctor to see what they have to say. You could either schedule an appointment with your regular doctor or see an orthopedic doctor and see what they have to say. While self-diagnosis can be helpful, getting diagnosed by the experts is often the best way to go.

Be careful though, if you schedule an appointment with an orthopedic doctor, they tend to have very busy schedules that book out a few months in advance.

Posted By Jessica on May 05, 2007 at 09:11:06:

In Reply to: Knee pain, just below joint and inside. posted by Stephen on April 28, 2007 at 12:04:24:

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