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The following information may help.
Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (PFPS) is one of the most common diagnoses of patients with knee pain.
PFPS can be defined as anterior (front) knee pain that involves the patella (knee cap) and retinaculum (swipe left for diagram of right knee).
Additionally, patients often have difficulties with determining the exact onset of symptoms.
Here’s what you can do:
1. Rest your knee, ice, and avoid/reduce activities that aggravate your symptoms. Heat is generally not recommended.
2. Alternative activities such as bicycling, swimming, or the use of an elliptical trainer can be used to maintain fitness while treatment is ongoing.
3. Schedule an appointment with us to receive an accurate diagnosis and customized plan of management.
Plan of management may include:
* Gait and movement retraining
* Mobility Exercises
* Strengthening and stretching exercises
* Manual therapy
* Acupuncture
* Taping and Foot Orthotics
* And more.
We’re here to bridge the gap between injury and your performance.
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