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    I went for physio on my knee about four hours ago and my knee is throbbing and it hurts to walk . I had ice and ultra sound done.

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    Re: Is it normal to have pain after physio

    Suggest tell your PT on the follow-up. Sometimes this is the case, depends very much on the individual and on your injury.

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    Re: Is it normal to have pain after physio

    on contrary ,ice may be very suitable in your case , however you need rest and stop movment for 2 days espicially aggressive training .

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    Re: Is it normal to have pain after physio

    We recommend the Physio Shop - www.physioshop.co.uk
    I would definately say that it depends largely on you and your injury as physiobob has said. I would only go on what your physio has told you regarding movement. I would certainly speak to your physio next time you see him/her or just give them a ring...im sure they will put your mind at ease and give you advice specific to you and your injury.



 

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