It is known that the hip and foot/ ankle can influence movement patterns and may impact patellar tendon loading. Did you know that?
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Patellar tendinopathy is distinguished by its pain, localised to the front of the knee. Management of patellar tendinopathy can be done through exercise, and by avoiding common pitfalls.
Approximately 1 in 4 individuals will experience patellofemoral pain. This pain does not resolve on its own, and can greatly impact one’s quality of life. What are the effective treatments available?
So your MRI demonstrates a degenerative meniscus tear. Should you undergo surgery? What are the available options for you?
An expert-produced guideline with strong recommendations for conservative management rather than arthroscopic surgery for degenerative knee conditions.
Pain at the front of the knee can be influenced by weakness in the hip. Strengthening of the knees and hips is reported to be more effective in reducing front of knee pain.
There is a high incidence of anterior knee pain in athletes. What are the risk factors that increase the risk of developing patellofemoral pain syndrome and what can be done?