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      • Abrasion is another term for a scratch. It is one of the most common knee injuries that can occur after a fall. This happens when the skin rubs against a harsh surface, for example, black-top or concrete. A minor abrasion takes off only the external layer of skin (epidermis) and can be treated at home.
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  2. Jun 25, 2022 · Popliteus injury – is a strain of the small Popliteus muscle located at the back of the knee joint. Hamstring tendon strain – This is a tear of one of the hamstring tendons which insert at the back of the knee (usually the Biceps femoris). Biceps femoris avulsion – this occurs when the tendon tears pulling a small piece of bone with it.

  3. Jun 25, 2022 · The exact knee sprain healing time in therapy depends on how bad your injury was and your body. Mild knee sprains usually take around 3 to 6 weeks to heal with therapy. Moderate knee sprains take from 8 to 12 weeks to heal. Here are the details: Grade I – Grade I will take a few weeks to fully heal.

  4. Jun 29, 2022 · Ankylosing spondylitis inflames the sacroiliac joints located between the base of the spine and pelvis. This inflammation, called sacroiliitis, is one of the first signs of AS. Inflammation often spreads to joints between the vertebrae, the bones that make up the spinal column. This condition is known as spondylitis.

  5. Jun 29, 2022 · The muscles stabilize that joint, so a compromised muscle also compromises the joint. Your IT band or iliotibial band is a band of connective tissue that runs from your hip to your knee and shin. When the band is tight from exercise, it will rub against your thigh bone, causing friction and pain down to your knee.

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