Tag Archives: Knee

Frontal Knee Pain

Frontal knee pain is a pain people experience beneath the kneecap (additionally referred to as patella). It’s the most typical reason behind chronic pain related to the knee. It originates from deterioration of cartilage, which happens because of inferior position in the kneecap while it glides across the lower end in the quad cuboid bone… Read More »

Knee Pain and Running

Iliotibial Band Syndrome IT band syndrome is caused by the IT band flicking back and forwards over the bony outer part of the knee. The more this happens, the more inflamed, swollen and painful it is. Common symptoms include: Pain at the outer knee. Pain is commonly worse when running downhill. Pain will often come… Read More »

Avoid Knee Manipulation After a Total Knee Replacement

When it comes to working on your range of motion, this is considered the toughest part of the physical rehabilitation due to the pain level when it comes to flexing and extending the knee. Some patients will become apprehensive when it comes to flexing and extending their knees during physical therapy and will not put… Read More »