Measuring the position and mobility of the patella is still a very important component of my clinical examination of the knee. It gives me a great sense of soft tissue restrictions that may be present when patellar hypomobility is noted. … Read more >
Patellofemoral Article Archives
One of the most common complications following a knee injury or surgery is not restoring full knee extension. Losing knee extension causes a lot of issues, ranging from anterior knee pain, to altered movement patterns, to even difficulty when walking.… Read more >
The latest Inner Circle recording on 3 Tips for Assessing the Patellofemoral Joint is now available.
3 Tips for Assessing the Patellofemoral Joint
This month’s Inner Circle presentation is on 3 Tips for Assessing the Patellofemoral Joint. In this live … Read more >
Today’s guest post comes from John Snyder, PT, DPT, CSCS. John, who is a physical therapist in Pittsburgh, has a blog that has been honored as the “Best Student Blog” by Therapydia the past two years. He’s a good writer and … Read more >
Today’s guest post is an interesting topic by Heidi Mills from the Sports Injury Clinic in the UK, asking if we should be treating male and female patients with patellofemoral syndrome differently. The basis of the post comes from a … Read more >
Patellar tendon straps, or infrapatellar straps, have been long used to decrease pain and patellar tendon strain in individuals with patellar tendonitis. However, the exact mechanism behind why patellar tendon straps work has been unclear, despite much anecdotal reports … Read more >
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