Patients with anterior knee pain may have pain with activities that load the patellofemoral joint (PFJ), such as squatting, going up or down stairs, and running. When is it important to offload patients PFJ during your rehab, to help settle their symptoms? How can you design a rehab program to improve your patients' knee pain?
Find out in this podcast with Tom Goom (Running Physio) as you discover how to effectively offload and treat patellofemoral joint pain, exercises to include in rehab, and activities and exercises to reduce during your initial phases of treatment.
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Tricky tendons - Your free video guide to tendinopathy treatment with Tom Goom.
Discover a new, effective approach to treatment of tricky tendinopathy presentations, and lesser known tendinopathies with this free video series presented by Tom Goom (Running Physio) and hosted by Clinical Edge.
Tom will reveal the secrets to successfully treat tendon pain, and get your patients back to running and sport quickly and easily, without stirring up their pain.
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Article associated with this episode:
- Hart HF, Patterson BE, Crossley KM, Culvenor AG, Khan MC, King MG, Sritharan P. May the force be with you: understanding how patellofemoral joint reaction force compares across different activities and physical interventions—a systematic review and meta-analysis. British Journal of Sports Medicine. 2022 Feb 3.