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This video explains the different causes of knee pain, the signs and symptoms to look for.
Why does my knee hurt? Common causes & symptoms of knee pain | BMI Healthcare
Wondering what’s wrong with your knee? Your knee is one of the hardest working joints in your body, so it’s no wonder most of us will experience knee pain at some point in our lives.
Consultant Orthopaedic & Sports Surgeon, Mr Sudhir Rao, explains the different causes of knee pain, the signs and symptoms to look for, and what you can do to help relieve it. Plus, find out when you should seek advice for your knee pain.
About Sudhir Rao:
Sudhir Rao qualified in Mumbai at the Seth Medical College, following a three year training scheme he passed the Master of Surgery in Orthopaedics exam. Mr Rao has a special interest in knee and shoulder surgery and possess expertise in football, rugby and skiing injuries combined with management of arthritis of these joints.
His private practice is located across three BMI hospitals: BMI Chelsfield Park Hospital in Kent, BMI The Blackheath Hospital in Greater London and BMI The Sloane Hospital in Kent.
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