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After a long run, after climbing hundreds of steps or post a ligament sprain, you’re likely to get shaky in the legs, especially around the knees. This is primarily because your legs, particularly your knees bear most of the body weight and are susceptible to simple wear and tear. It can reduce your knee strength, causing pain and discomfort. However, weak knees can also be caused due to underlying health problems. Speaking with the OnlyMyHealth editorial team, Dr Vaibhav Bagaria, Director, Department of Orthopaedics, Mumbai, shares some of the common causes of weak knees and ways to manage them.
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