Patellofemoral pain syndrome is the pain that can be felt around and on the kneecap. This is also known as the anterior knee pain syndrome, as this can be mostly observed among active individuals and runners. This mostly tends to show when palliative does not track or move seamlessly, which can again affect the femur’s alignment.
Symptoms of Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome
Some of the most common symptoms of PFPS include provoking the front of your knee pain while climbing stairs, sitting for a long time, and bending the knees. Again, this is a time when you need to seek medical assistance if the pain persists.
Some of the common signs like:
- Weakness of legs
- Severe swelling
How To prevent?
To prevent Patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS), you have to skip excessive training or increase physical activity. There is a need to have strength in the muscles to meet the demands of daily activities. Make sure you are wearing the right kind of shoe to get the support and the shock absorption ability.
How To Treat?
When you have doctors with knowledge of this particular aspect, they will be checking your medical history and doing a physical examination. This will help them to find out the reason and therefore offer treatments accordingly.
Listening to the doctor’s words and following the prescribed exercise can be worthwhile in treating the condition and helping you to enjoy it throughout.
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