Elusium said1. Get some gel insoles for your shoes. You'll be amazed the difference they can make.
2. If you're running, stay the hell off of concrete.
The only place I can run is around my neighborhood which is all concrete
I'll try to not work them that hard I guess? Not sure how else to respond to the other posts
The concrete should not be a problem if you have good running shoes. Although it's true that concrete is harder than asphalt, both are so much harder than compliant running shoes that it should not make much difference. Running on grass would be better provided that the grass is well manicured so that you don't experience jolts on uneven parts.
Exactly how much running are you doing? If you are running long distances every day, running on alternate days and cutting your distance down to perhaps three miles per run could lead to recovery after which you may be able to increase your distance.
If any of your running is on very uneven surfaces, that could cause the problem.
Poor running shoes could also contribute to the problem.
Are you doing any other leg exercises, such as heavy squats or leg extensions? That, combined with running, could be causing the problem.
It may be that something you did damaged your knees and you were not immediately aware of it.
You may have to lay off for a while until you recover, than resume running gradually. Riding a bicycle may not aggravate the knee problem, in which case you may be able to ride a bicycle instead of running until you recover well enough to run. You can even do intervals on a bicycle. In fact, riding a bicycle may help, but all cases are different so it's impossible to say. Lap swimming could help you stay fit while your knees recover.
Walking may be beneficial to your knees.
I believe strongly in experimentation. What works for one person does not necessarily work for someone else. Some people simply cannot run long distances without having knee problems regardless of what they do to avoid knee problems, but it's too soon for you to consider that possibility.
My experience with doctors with that sort of thing has not been good. I've always recovered from such problems, but not by following medical advice. Doctors often want to do a large number of tests which produce confusing results which are not helpful.