The problem is that I have started an annoying pain in Rodiles every time I want to exercise or play football or when bending and that is because my job because I'm either squatting or kneeling for sanding walls, paint the edges or clean the specks that fall to the floor. I do ??????????? please remedy for sore knees ncesito get my normal life but that if I can not work but my old poruqe bother me and I have no poruqe is the only job I can have for being a minor. can be treated with warm soaks, and you've warmed your mikasa knee pads sit in a place where you hang your legs, upload them and lower them 20 sessions ea for 1 week, then places weight in the region of tobillo1 / 2 kilo in c / u go gaining weight each sesion if discomfort, take something that sends you a doctor . . that better and have a nice day!. You should put pads when you kneel down to avoid pressure and / or cooling of the knees, and avoid them to swell. Besides you should use a rub that is anti-inflammatory gel or ointment after work. Before exercising, you should do a warm up and stretching and bending. Avoid starting the match with the body cool. You should take a multivitamin and have a good diet to prevent wear of the joint. Exercise should be daily, even 20 minutes, not just the weekends, because it is bad not to exercise throughout the week and weekend, a game, that damages the body and heart, which suddenly great strain. When you go to the gym make sure you do the exercises well, wrong exercise could be hurting your knees, do not recharge your weight on your knees. Instead of jogging, go for a walk, it is better exercise than running, because it damages the joints. I hope these tips will be useful. The Osgood-Schlatter disease is one of the most common causes of mikasa knee pads pain in young athletes. This causes swelling, pain and tenderness just below the mikasa knee pads on the shin bone called the tibia. The Osgood-Schlatter disease usually affects children who are having a growth spurt during their pre-teen or teenage years. One or both knees may be affected. Doctors think that what causes Osgood-Schlatter is the tightness of the muscles bigger and stronger than they are in the front of the thighs, ie the quadriceps tightness. The quadriceps is coupled with the patellar tendons that run through the mikasa knee pads and into the tibia to connect the muscles to the knee. When the quadriceps contract, the patellar tendons can start to move away from the shin bone, causing pain. Activities that require running, jumping, climbing or descending stairs can make the pain worse. The Osgood-Schlatter disease is most common in young athletes who play football, football (or soccer) or basketball or are involved in gymnastics and ballet. Yahoo! not evaluate or guarantee the accuracy of Yahoo! Answers content. Click here to access the full text of the exemption from liability. . . .