A stiff knee can result from an injury or a medical condition. Although the entire knee may feel stiff, most people feel this sensation under the kneecap or inside the joint, which makes topical treatment difficult. Stiff knees are common in people with arthritis and often present along with knee pain, numbness, or tingling.
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