- Tendinitis of the knee (inflammation of the tendon) occurs in the front of the knee (below the kneecap at the patellar tendon) or in the back of the knee.
- Straining of the knee causes this condition, such as jumping activities.
- The severe trauma that comes with a knee fracture, such as a car accident or broken bone, causes knee pain.
- There are also an array of diseases or conditions that affect the knee joint, the soft tissues and bones surrounding the knee, or the nerves. Arthritis is a type of inflammation that can occur within the knee joint. Different kinds of arthritis exist, such as rheumatoid arthritis or gout.
- Bursitis of the knee attacks the inside of the knee and the front of the kneecap.
- Sometimes, the cartilage under the kneecap can soften and cause deep knee pain.
- Knee joints can swell from a cyst behind the knee that causes fluid to collect.
- Infections of the bone or joint are rare, but still take place – bringing fever, extreme heart, joint warmth, and body chills.
- Symptoms and signs that accompany knee pain include swollen joints, warmth around the joint, fluid retention, localized pain, stiffness, and limited movement.
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