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5 Causes of Knee Pain

January 15, 20241 min read

Whether you’re experiencing recent knee pain or dealing with a long-standing ache that affects your daily activities, it’s crucial to understand the factors contributing to it. Here are five common factors that can contribute to knee pain:

Gender Disparity: It’s been observed that women are more prone to developing knee problems compared to men. Factors such as wider hips in females can increase the likelihood.

Age-related Degeneration: Years of use and strain gradually impact the health of our knees.

Weight Impact: Carrying excess weight places additional stress on the knees, which can exacerbate pain and increase the risk of developing knee-related conditions.

Overexertion and Injuries: While exercise is essential for maintaining overall health, pushing yourself too hard can lead to injuries and knee pain.

Smoking and Musculoskeletal Health: Smoking has been linked to various musculoskeletal issues, including joint pain and impaired healing.

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Dr. Nicholas F. Stabile

Dr. Nick received his doctorate in Chiropractic from Life University in Atlanta, Georgia and his bachelor's degree in Exercise Physiology from William Paterson University in Wayne, New Jersey. He Practices Clinical Biomechanics of Posture (CBP), a technique that uses the most current research and techniques to gain permanent corrective changes to the spine. He has also served as an adjunct professor at William Paterson University. Dr. Nick has worked in the capacity of official chiropractor for the Red Bulls, the metropolitan area's professional soccer team, as well as for the AVP Pro Beach Volleyball Tournament held in Seaside Heights, New Jersey. Dr. Nick and his wife, Dr. Wendy, who is also a chiropractor, lecture on health related topics as a community service to businesses, government agencies, as well as athletic and social organizations.

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