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Osgood schlatters disease

Osgood Schlatter Disease

Do you suffer from Osgood Schlatter Disease? It doesn’t have to be the end of your sporting career. With proper treatment and adapting your training it can be managed successfully. On this page: Symptoms & diagnosis Causes & anatomy Treatment Exercises Go direct to: Taping and bracing Can I train with Osgood Schlatters? Knee pain …

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Jumpers knee

Jumper’s Knee | Patella Tendinopathy

Jumper’s knee is also known as patellar tendonitis or patella tendinopathy. It causes pain at the front of the knee, specifically at the bottom of the kneecap (patella). On this page: Symptoms Causes & anatomy Treatment Taping Massage Surgery Go straight to: Stretching exercises Strengthening exercises Symptom tracker tool Jumper’s knee symptoms The main symptom …

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Fat pad impingement in the knee

Fat Pad Impingement

The infrapatellar fat pad is also sometimes known as Hoffa’s pad. It is a soft tissue that lies beneath the kneecap which can get impinged, causing knee pain. This knee injury can be caused by a severe impact which traps the pad between the patella and femoral condyle. Symptoms Fat pad impingement symptoms include tenderness …

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Housemaid’s Knee & Knee Bursitis

A bursa is a small sac of fluid whose function is to lubricate the movement between tendons and bone. There are a number of them around the knee which can become painful and inflamed. The more common are prepatella bursitis, also known as housemaids knee, and infrapatella bursitis. On this page: Housemaid’s knee (prepatellar bursitis) …

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