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Erik Dalton on Knee Pain

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Every year, more and more clients come in complaining of generalized pain around the kneecap (patella) aggravated by activities such as squatting, stair climbing, or hiking over hilly terrain. Symptoms typically worsen during prolonged knee flexion (i.e., long car rides, sitting in class or in a movie theater). Clients often carry with them a diagnosis of chondromalacia or patellar tendinitis. In most cases, neither of these terms accurately describes the cause of this painful condition, which remains elusive and poorly understood.

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