Re: Lumps on Back with pain

I too am affected by the "lumps". I was in a car crash 18 years ago and figured they had to do with the injury. The new Physician I'm seening now is confused by them and is wanting an MRI done. Unfortunatly they are very painful...uneven ground or just touching them will send me to my knees. Just like evryone else I dont want to be told they are "fatty tumors". I will keep posted with updates as I hope all of you do.

Posted By Courtney Stafford on April 24, 2012 at 17:11:33:

In Reply to: Lumps on Back with pain posted by greg on April 16, 2007 at 03:43:16:

Helps strengthen the kneecap mechanism by applying pressure on the tendon above the kneecap as well. This tends to reduce the forces of the quadriceps on the patella tendon and erosion of the under surface of the kneecap due to a possible misalignment of the quadriceps (Q-angle).

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