Share Tweet

Does Your Knee Ache When Sitting? - Special Report On Knee Pain Relief

March 1, 2009
Daniel Sims
Does the upcoming information sound like the knee pain scenario you have to endure?

You do not enjoy going to the movies. You avoid long car rides. You dread sitting at your desk at work to finish an important assignment.

Why? - Is it that you're anti-social, or dislike travel, or hate your job?

No! It is your knee ache when sitting. When you sit in one spot for too long, your knees start to ache and throb. The pain problems can become more problematic the longer you sit, until you can't put up with it anymore. But the bright side is that you do not have to put up with it anymore. The relief you've been looking for could be something as simple as a low profile, light weight knee brace. Here's why...

A lot of people may think that knee pain occurs only with activity. This is a mistaken assumption. Knee pain when sitting can be a standard problem for many people. - Maybe you can relate.

Knee aches when sitting is typically felt in the front of the knee, in the area of the kneecap (patella). Generally, this type of pain is caused by the compression of the patella and the cartilage underneath. Normally, when the knee is bent, the pressure against the kneecap (caused by the pulling of the attached muscles and tendons), increases.

Over time, knee ache when sitting can be felt, especially if the patella is not sitting exactly as it should within the femoral groove. The knee pain problems may worsen the longer you are in a seated position. This type of pain (called patellofemoral pain syndrome), may occur in one knee or both. Still, while this condition is a common cause of knee pain problems while sitting, it may not be the exact cause of your particular pain, and it is always wise to have your condition evaluated by a qualified physician.

In the meantime, while your symptoms might be partially relieved by taking a break from your sitting position, or by icing the knees while sitting, it would be preferable to prevent the knee ache while sitting from occurring altogether. A knee support can be the thing to help you do this.

A well designed knee brace can help provide your knee joint with meaningful support. When used properly, a support can help relieve the pressure on the knee cap as it is rests in the femoral groove while you are sitting. A knee brace may also help keep the patella properly aligned within the femoral groove, thus helping to relieve the ache caused by the compression when sitting.

When you notice that resting your knee just won't cure the problem, it may be time to move up to a knee brace. Six months from now, you will look back to now and wonder what you did without a knee brace.

39,062 - 17 - 0 - US
If you would like to get more free information, visit us online. 
Dr. Brace Company is the only online company that was created by American Board Certified brace specialists. We have helped thousands of people get the right brace for their personal needs, and we can help you too. If you need knee stability, or would like to learn more about your knee in general, visit us online now at http://www.drbraceco.com