You can often treat mild to moderate knee pain at home. There are many ways to treat it, regardless of whether it is due to arthritis or a sprain.
Minor injuries, inflammation, and arthritis can often be treated at home. Home remedies can help improve your comfort and manage symptoms.
However, if you are experiencing severe pain or persistent symptoms, it is important to see a doctor for a complete assessment.
Continue reading to learn more about alternative treatments and supplements that can help relieve your knee pain.
It can be useful to know the acronym “RICE” if you have injured your knee or broken your leg from a fall or twisting your leg.
Apply a cold compress to your knees. If you don’t have ice, frozen vegetables such as peas will work.
To prevent swelling, wrap your knee in a compression bandage. However, it should not be too tight that it blocks circulation. Keep your foot elevated while you rest.
Online ordering of cold compresses and compression bandages is possible.