Causes and Risk Factors
Generally, bad knees are associated with injured, painful knees whereas weak knees make people more susceptible to knee injuries and subsequent consequences.
pain can be caused by internal
as well as external knee injuries.
Injuries may affect any of the
internal organs like ligaments,
tendons, cysts, meniscus (cushiony
cartilage in the knee), and knee
bones thereby causing excruciating
pain. Ligament tear, meniscus
tear, tendonitis, knee fracture,
and partial or total dislocation
of kneecap are some of the injuries
that cause bad knees.