Yes, your knee can touch the ground as you stand (or kneel) behind the ball to line up a putt. What "can't" be done by a caddie or golfer is touch the ground along the intended line of a putt.
Yes it is. Suprisingly enough the only parts of your body allowed to touch the green are your hands and your feet.
Synovial hypertrophy is a disease of the knee that happens when the membrane lining the knee joint thickens. The conditions is usually a result of injury and inflammation.
a passe is when you touch your toe to the side of your knee.
well if you touch softly and it hurts or when you walk on it, it can be sprained or broken
Fluid in the knee can be a possible cause for gangrene to set in. The knee should be drained of fluid by a medical professional to prevent the onset of gangrene.
He may have Joint Ill.
My knee is hurting; I fell off a cliff. I have a knee fetish - I can't help it I was walking through an Iraqi village, but couldn't help noticing that one woman had one knee showing, and was following me: how unorthodox. I've come from Alabama with a banjo on my knee. When I'm gardening, I kneel on my right knee the most. I have rheumatism in my knee. I can touch my knee with my shoulder. Any of the above could be appropriate sentences including the word 'knee'. I hope you find one is useful for whatever purpose you had in mind.
Apply ice or a cold pack. Don't overuse or stress your knee. If it doesn't get better, see a doctor.
Because he is not in possession of the football unless he secures it and attempts to run.
It’s replacing or resurfacing of the worn out smooth lining (cartilage) with metal lining hence restoring the functionality of the joint. Swelling is also a normal part of the healing process. It's likely that you'll experience some swelling for 2 to 3 weeks following surgery. You can reduce swelling by doing your postoperative exercises. ... Ice packs are very effective for reducing swelling and inflammation in your knee joint and the surrounding tissue.
Conditions involving foot, leg or knee pain (possibly hip, but you may get a wheelchair for this), or conditions where you should not be putting pressure on (only one) foot, knee or leg.