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    Knee pain after kick in thigh.

    Alright, i was sparring with a friend today. He's big.

    Anyway, i got kicked in the thigh. We were not going gung-ho but he put more mass into it then he intended.

    SO my thigh hurts alot.

    But my KNEE is also hurting, like i landed wrong or something.

    My thigh hurts alot more.




    But why do i feel it in my knee like it was twisted or something?

    Has this happened to anyone else where they hurt thier knee when being kicked in the thigh.
    Last edited by AAAhmed46; 3/25/2007 1:00am at .

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    You got kicked on the outside? Where on the knee hurts?
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    Since your quadriceps are attached to your knee, It's pretty normal to feel pain in your knee after getting your tree trunks chopped down. Ice FTW.

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    Thanks. Will do.
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    After icying it, wrap it. I got kicked on the outside side of my left hamstring, just a hairline above the back of the knee. I hurted not much, but just enough to make me limp a little for a few days. Icying it immediately (and for the next 24 hours), and icy-hot with an ace wrap did the trick for me.

    The kick wasn't that strong, but it must have hit a sweet spot or something. It could also be that your leg buckled a bit when it got kicked, moving your knee in a less than unhealthy way, even if only by a little.

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    Good know I'm not alone in this!


    SO it's common then? not that I'm not going to be careful if it is.

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