4. Training the hamstrings and inner and outer thigh can help significantly in the healing of knee problems. Strength and flexibility are key to restoring balance to any musculoskeletal condition.
Daily movement no matter what, is essential to keep things functioning properly, and where there is resistance, you must have persistence, in getting things back to normal. Problems such as Patellar Tracking Disorder come from an imbalance in the knee that causes the kneecap (Patella) to tilt as the leg angles bend which result in chronic and acute types of pain
5. Often the problems are a result of weakness in the thigh muscles (quadriceps), overuse, RSI, strain, trauma to the area or a growth spurt. The key is allowing the knee to rest when it is aggravated while strengthening the muscles around it to restore normal tracking and repair damage, with correct guidance and technique.
At Advanced Myotherapy, we have been treating injuries and pain including knee problems for ten years, where founder Matthew Cleary has been treating for almost 20 years, since 2000. We have a strong focus on recovery and results at our clinic and a passion for chronic and acute injuries.
If you are suffering from niggling knee pain, call us to find out more about how we might be able to help you or simply book online now.