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So, what causes fluid on the knee, and can you get rid of that fluid on your own? Fluid on the knee stems from any one of a range of possibilities from something as simple as an overuse injury to as scary as a tumor. Keep reading to learn about the causes for fluid on the knee and the ways you can both treat and prevent this problem.

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ACL

Technically speaking, you can walk without the ACL if you are only participating in straight line activities such as walking or cycling. However, if your ACL is completely torn, continue to walk may damage other parts of the knee and affect knee function for a lifetime which can lead to osteoarthritis if not treated correctly.

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When you ice your knee, you need to protect the skin first. Then place an ice pack or bag of ice over the protective layer and directly on the area that hurts. Keep reading to learn all the tricks and tips for how to ice your knee effectively.

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Please bear in mind that gardening is like other sports, you should always do a warm up before gardening as well as wearing protections for your knees to avoid potential injuries. As gardening involves repetitive kneeling tasks, hence wearing gardening knee pads are especially helpful for preventing knee injuries.

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Knee compression sleeves are designed to provide knee support and compression that increase blood flow and reduce pain. The important element from a knee compression sleeve is the valuable compression for knees to encourage blood flow to promote recovery.

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