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Anterior Knee Pain

Oct 7, 2021

Anterior knee pain is extremely common and can affect people of all ages and the reasons for development of these symptoms can be varied.

Pain isn’t always directly reflective of the severity of the problem so don’t worry if you have not had a traumatic injury.

When you experience pain or swelling around the front of the knee then the body will naturally inhibit the muscles acting around the knee – this can cause further problems with pain and activity limitation. It is very important that when you experience pain here that you strengthen the muscles acting around the knee.

We have compiled some resources and created a home-based strengthening program that you can see below specifically designed for knee pain.

Any questions please do not hesitate to contact us.

What’s the key treatment for runners with patellofemoral pain?

https://www.nice.org.uk/Guidance/CG177

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