Our expert says:
I suggest that you consult the doctor where you were in the first place with the R-sided chest pain, again. Ask for tests to be done. If all is well, you can go to a physiotherapist with that complaint.
I do not think the L-sided knee pain is connected to the R-sided chest pain. Often, with muscle imbalance over time (call it age), we develop degeneration underneath our knee caps - giving these impressive crackling sounds. A physiotherapist can assist you with exercises in this regard.
All the best,
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