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Regular workouts keep you physically and mentally fit, but improper form or performing the wrong types of exercises are sure-fire ways to injure your knees at the gym. Exercises that cause knee injuries may include leg extension, squatting, uphill treadmill running, and kickboxing. Leg extension exerts extra pressure and force on the knees, which can cause pain. When not performed correctly, squatting can damage your knees, and uphill treadmill running without warming up first can be harmful.

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Adjustable Neoprene Knee Support & Brace for Pain Relief


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Hinged Knee Brace Support for Relieving Pain & Discomfort


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Knee Support Brace for Injury Recovery and Pain Relief


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Beginners are advised to run on soft grass to decrease the risk of injuries. Kickboxing puts your knees in a vulnerable position, leading to knee injuries. Other risk factors that cause knee injuries may include lifting too much weight, improper techniques, and distraction. Common knee injuries that result from the gym are anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury, posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) injury, medial collateral ligament (MCL) injury, lateral collateral ligament (LCL) injury, cartilage injury, tendonitis, and osteoarthritis.
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ACL injuries are mostly seen in athletes and in severe cases, may require surgery, which can take up to 12 months to rehabilitate. High impact forces cause PCL injuries due to increased contact sports or road accidents. Excessive body weight and accidents may result in MCL injuries. LCL injury occurs due to a force that pushes the knee outward.

Cartilage acts as a cushion for the bones to prevent them from rubbing together. It can tear due to a harsh rotation or twist. Overusing tendons can cause tendonitis, resulting in pain outside the knee. Repetitive stress injuries generally result in osteoarthritis.

Common symptoms of knee injuries from gym and workout may include pain, swelling, inflammation, tenderness, muscle weakness, difficulty walking or bending, and stiffness. Your GP can diagnose mild symptoms at a physical exam. Severe symptoms may require some radiological tests, including X-rays and MRIs, to determine the nature and extent of the injury. You can treat mild knee injuries with home remedies, medications, and physical therapy.

Severe conditions, such as stress fractures and dislocation, may require surgery. It is advisable to follow some prescribed preventive measures, including body warm-up, proper workout technique, and wearing proper gear, to avoid the risk of knee injuries in the gym.

Knee supports are considered the best tools to protect and support your knees during a workout. They also provide enough compressions to speed up the recovery process following a knee injury. We provide you with the best knee supports at 360 relief to help with the knee injuries caused by gym workouts.

Can I do the gym if I have a knee injury?

If you don’t move your knee, it will worsen knee pain and make it more challenging to do your everyday tasks. You can do mild exercises to reduce pain and immobilise your knee joints. But doing a heavy workout or gym can worsen your injury, and it may take a lot of months to heal.

Should I lift weights with an injured knee?

You can develop overall strength and muscles with regular weight training. If you have a knee injury and pain, it’s better to wait until you’ve fully recovered before starting weight training.

What exercises should I do in a gym for knee injuries?

Few exercises can help you strengthen your knees and speeds up recovery time:

  • Wall Squats
  • Calf Raises
  • Step-Ups
  • Leg Presses
  • Side Leg Raises
  • Hamstring Curls
Can I do squats if I have knee pain?

Squatting against the wall can help limit the danger of putting unnecessary pressure on your knees. It might be beneficial for people with arthritis, tendonitis, and many other knee problems. Squats also help to strengthen your knee joints and minimise knee discomfort.

How can I treat knee injuries to avoid pain and discomfort?

You can:

  • Rest your legs
  • Apply cold packs
  • Wear knee supports
  • Do elevation
  • Apply heating pads after a few days
  • Take anti-inflammatory medicines
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