August 2015

Knee Pain: It’s Not Your Knee – It’s Your Hip!

When it comes to your knees, there’s a lot that could go wrong. The source of your knee pain could be one of many conditions including arthritis, a strain or sprain, jumper’s knee (patellar tendinitis), or runner’s knee. In addition, your knee pain may be caused by problems with your back, hips, or feet.

Ending Runner’s Knee: A Guide To Managing Patella Strain

My name is J.J. and I am a recovering patella strain victim; the struggle is day-to-day. If you fail to keep your body limber and mobile, that nagging, lock-up pain is sure to creep back in. For some, the effect of runner’s knee or jumper’s knee is not only a physical discomfort, but can also be a trigger for psychological issues such as depression and anxiety.