Whether you’re tearing down a rebound during a game of pick-up or out on a trail run, feeling your knee give way, lock up, or burn with pain is an athlete’s nightmare.
Until now, injuries to your meniscus — the rubbery discs that cushions the knee joint — have usually meant surgery is in order. But researchers in Norway and Denmark have discovered that a stren…
This article originally appeared on www.mensjournal.com: Why You Probably Don’t Need Knee Surgery
Source: Mens Journal