Pope approves medical examinations for knee pain The knee is painful. WCTV


ROME (AP) ROME (AP) Pope Francis has cleared his schedule to undergo medical examinations regarding his knee. The ligaments that are strained have resulted in standing, walking, or getting off a chair more painful and difficult.

Francis’s mobility has significantly diminished lately and his already noticeable limp caused by sciatica appearing to be aggravated.

He had to take a bow to celebrate the Easter Vigil this weekend. He struggling to get through Easter Sunday Mass and is now walking with a shuffle , and assistance from an aide.

The Vatican spokesperson on Friday said that Francis is undergoing medical examinations within the city stateand not in an external hospital. Francis has been undergoing regular sessions of physiotherapy in order to assist with sciatica nerve discomfort.

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