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Posted by: Anon | 2011/01/27

Seer kniee

Hi Doc,

ek het in Nov10 my een knie seer gemaak in ''''n step klas by die gym, het nie weer in Des geoefen nie.

Ek het nou weer begin zumba dansklas begin by die gym, maar my knie pla nou erger, voel seer as ek baie loop ook op gelyke oppervlakte.

Die instrukteur by die zumba se dat dit op die lange duur jou knie ligamente versterk, maar wat kan ek nou doen. Ek wil ook nie ''''n quickfix he nie, het probeer uitsmeer ook, maar dit help ook nie.

Help asb, ek wil nie graag die zumba klasse mis agv my knie nie - klasse is 60minute lank Dins,Woens en Vrydae. Is dit dalk te veel om te begin mee? Dit is die eerste keer wat ek knieprobleme het, is dit dalk ''''n tekort aan kalsium?ek is 42jaar oud. Dankie.

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Until you have had a physician examine the knee and make a diagnosis it is not advisable to to try and continue with your dance classes as you may be causing more damage. Commonly the patella(knieskuif) is responsible for pain in the front of the knee after step classes. However meniscal(kraakbeen) injuries can occur and must be excluded before you carry on dancing.

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Posted by: orthopaedic sports injury | 2011/01/30

Until you have had a physician examine the knee and make a diagnosis it is not advisable to to try and continue with your dance classes as you may be causing more damage. Commonly the patella(knieskuif) is responsible for pain in the front of the knee after step classes. However meniscal(kraakbeen) injuries can occur and must be excluded before you carry on dancing.

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