Make Your Knee Stronger
A lot of knee pain is a result of the muscles around the knee not being strong enough and therefore putting strain on the knee itself. A great way to start is to strengthen your quadriceps. The stronger your quadriceps the better your knees will feel because the quadriceps muscles will actually help support the knee. Since you have knee pain you will need to find low or no impact exercises to help increase muscle mass in your quadriceps. Swimming, stationary bike or elliptical training machines are good options to try since there is no impact on your knees. Do not push it at first. Try doing about 15 minutes per day and then slowly increase your time.
Proper Knee Position
When you go to bed try putting a pillow under the knee that has pain. This may simply relieve any stress on the knee and keep it relaxed.
Pay attention that when you legs are fully extended that they are never overextended.
If you have swelling on the knee elevate your leg and put ice on it but only for about 15 minutes at a time.
It may be beneficial to try a knee brace just to support your knee. The knee brace will keep the knee stable resulting in less pain and less swelling.
You do not need to hire a massage therapist if you don’t want to you can simply take time each day to do this yourself. Gently massage your knee in a circular pattern. Make sure that you massage slowly and gently but the pressure you put on your knee also needs to be quite firm in order for the massage to be effective.
You may have tried a lot of these methods and not seen the results you were looking for. Understand there are a lot of natural pain remedies out there on the market so before resorting to any type of drugs that may have side effects it is worth doing some research on natural solutions.