#7 – Short steps
Short steps can indicate issues with hips or knees. Normally, your knee should straighten whenever you make a step forward. So if you’re experiencing difficulty to straighten your leg, it can be a sign of joint problems.
It’s recommended to consult a doctor to examine your knee and hip joints. Don’t wait for too long before visiting a doctor. Otherwise, you may experience health complications in the form of back pain due to the pressure put on your lower back.
#6 – Limping
Limping can be an indicator of arthritis in the knee. An unsteady walk makes it impossible for the body to lean on one leg. This can sometimes cause a loss of balance, particularly if the knee gets “locked.” A locked knee can be extremely risky since it can “lock” unexpectedly causing the person to fall down and get hurt. If you’re having an unsteady walk, you should visit a doctor immediately.