DEAR DOCTOR K: I've been having a lot of knee pain. Would you describe the anatomy of my knee so that I can understand more when I see my doctor about it?
DEAR READER: Joints are places where two or more bones meet, to allow a part of your body to move. And the knee joint is a remarkable structure. It is a complicated network of bones, cartilage, muscles, tendons and ligaments. These structures, working together, allow us to walk, kick, squat, stand back up and do the Twist. (I know that's a dated reference!)