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Running Knee Pain
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If you've ever wanted relief from your knee pain (Whether it’s throbbing, popping or just painful for no reason at all)... while stopping the true root cause of your knee pain... then this will be the most important message you ever read.
Runners Knee is a result of a muscular imbalance in the legs and feet. It is not related to the structures surrounding the knee cap. The knee caps need to move up and down in a smooth motion to insure a balanced running stride. When the muscles in the feet and legs are imbalanced the knees go off track causing the cartridge to grind away at the knee cap.
Weak quadriceps are usually caused by the very strong hamstrings overpowering them. This causes the knee cap to be imbalanced as the weaker quadriceps are unable to support the knee cap and prevent twisting and pulling of the knee cap. Foot imbalance (over pronation) can also lead to your knee cap being imbalanced and thus producing knee pain. Sometimes this condition can be aggravated by a sudden increase in mileage, speed and running on uneven surfaces.
Some runners complain of knee pain around the top of thetibia (inside knee).The pain can be so severe that it even affects your feet and putting shoes on can be painful. Popliteus tendon runs behind the knee and attaches to the larger tibia bone. If it is a tendon injury, the injury appears to be associated with the tibialis anterior muscle. Or, extensor digitorun, or extensor hallucius longus since these attach to the tibia. They assist in flexing the foot which could be the source of the pain when putting on shoes.
No matter what the reason for your knee pain we can help. Your knee may hurt when you run, walk or while laying down. We have information you need to see.
Running Knee Pain