Ok so im going to get my knees evaluated by a Doctor soon but I have to organise a health card before I go, and I wont able to get that done right away.
My tendons along the outside of my knee are moving over something (cartlliage bone ect) when I bend my knee im concerned that if I put pressure onto my knees I will end up in really bad condition.
I should have organised my knees to be seen years ago when I first started to get discomfort from them but I didn't. It feels uncomfortable to walk up stairs especially down stairs and im not doing anything that can make my knees worse like running or bending my knees at all.
Although I have been riding I have tried constantly to not grip with my knees at all, and I have no pain from riding I actualy have never gotten knee pain from riding I get pain from walking.
So is it better that I try and do a couple of steps of sitting trot for my knees ? I don't bounce terribly on my horses back, but I don't have a good seat anymore and really need to improve.
I did some 60cm jumping yesterday and had no pain whatsoever, I mean maybe I shouldn't have done so but only jumped a couple of times and really going up the stairs is what I have to do every day for school.
I have constantly been trying to sit in the classical dressage seat, and have been having a straight back most of the time and since than I have no back pain from riding at all.
And yea my knee tendons are inflamed but I can't tell if they are inflamed right now.