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rashu raghav, 10 February 2017 16:15

Hello..... I am 18 year old boy. I am a Taekwondo player. I am practicing taekwondo from 9 years. Whenever I bend my knee, everytime, it produces sounds like popping and knocking.... And sometimes it causes a little pain. I think its a cartilage issue but I am not sure about it. My Ist question is that..... Is it a thing to be concerned or its normal? 2nd question is that..... What should I do for it. Suggest me some yoga exercises and diet for it. 3rd question - Does it need any medical care?

Thank you....

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Doctor's Ayurvedic Advice:-

Popping in the joints is normal when there is no pain. It is caused due to the presence of bubble in the synovial fluid. But other causes like damage to the cartilage or ligaments must be ruled out with the symptoms like pain or with the help of investigations. You can take these medicines along with the treatments which will be beneficial.

Ayurvedic medicines like Divya Dashmool Kvath and Bala thailam can be taken internally and also applied externally to strengthen the knees. Ayurvedic treatments like Oil massage, Fomentations, Kati vasti, Streaming oil and Vasti will be beneficial which can be taken in an Ayurvedic hospital.

Include cissus quadrangularis, complex carbohydrates, broccoli, nuts, flax seeds and olive oil. Reduce excess pungent spicy foods, canned foods, oil, salt, sugar, meat and caffeine. Yogasanas like Navasana, Marjaryasana, Paschimottsana, Pavanamuktasana, Matsyasana and Savasana can be practised. Try to maintain healthy weight which will be beneficial for the joints.

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Hello, In taekwondo players apophysis occur in front of the knee which is a growth of cartilage in bone.usually tibial tuberosity is coomon area for apophysis. The regular friction causes the popping sound and pain in the region.Line of tretment involves rest majorly.Rest causes the inflammation to slow down and decrease the blood supply to the same. Also elevation should be done to decrease the blood supply to same.Ice therapy should be done after taekwondo training. Following medicines should be taken- 1.kaishor guggul-1 tablet thrice a day with luke warm water after meals. 2.ashwagandha lepa should be applied locally twice a day 3.mahanarayani oil-apply locally at bedtime,dont massage the oil. In panchkarma jaanu basti with ashwagandha oil shouyld be given to reduce inflammation. Yogic exercises like Bharadvajasan, dhanurasan, utkatasan, balasan, bhujansan, gomukhasan,sukhasan and sarvangasan should be practiced daily.Walking should also be done but should not be done over hard surfaces.

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