... and was told I have chondromalacia in both knees. I have tried different pain relief pills and so far nothing has helped. I have been doing exercises for 5 months and no relief. I even tried wearing braces. When I talk to my Dr next week I am going to tellhim to schedule me for surgery, I have had enough. ... (4 replies)
... I have Chondromalacia also. ... (1 replies)
... Is anyone still on here? I have Chondromalacia/Osteochondral Erosion, posterior non-weight bearing aspect of medial femoral condyle in right knee. Had steroid injection (insurance won't approve Synvisc) & doing exercises. In a wait mode to see how knee does, but most likely will need surgery. (23 replies)
... months. I have found that aquatic exercise and PT exercises work best to maintain muscle tone. Long walking is a problem for me, as well as standing for long periods of time. ... (6 replies)
... Im 16 years old and was diagnosed with chondromalacia about two years ago. ... (6 replies)
... Thanks for the tips what exercises are good for strengthing the quads? ... (6 replies)
I am just 37 years old facing Chondramalacia since more than six months.
I am neither a sportman nor an athelete but, nobody knows how I got this disease. Now, it is difficuilt for me to use the steps or bent the knees.
I tried glucosamine tablets for 2 months but, didn't help.
Then, I came accross a new non-invasive treatment called RFQMR where they expose the... (23 replies)
... one of my doctors told me it was chondromalacia patella and told me i should get well with rest. ... (0 replies)
... I was wondering what kind of stretching exercises are good for regaining knee flexibility. I have stiffness in my right knee and I stretch my hamstrings and such, but no luck. ... (2 replies)
... oks like one or the other are swollen... I went to the doctor the other day and he said it is chondromalacia..softening of the cartilege. and wants me to do some exercises for it. I am not happy with what he said. I told him I thought it was rheumatoid arthritis.. He was adamant that it was not. ... (6 replies)
... About the chondromalacia - I know this as an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury. What's worked for me for this condition has been: quadriceps strengthening exercises, physiotherapy using electrical stimulation of the muscles supporting the knee, knee braces and avoiding lateral movement of the knee.
Cox-2 meds didn't work for me either, but a combination of... (9 replies)
... Thank you for replying. It is too painful for me to perform the exercises out of the water and my mobility is greatly reduced. ... (9 replies)