Re: 13 yr olds knee

Pins and needles may indicate compression of a nerve. It may be in her back or lower along the pelvis or leg. I would have the "excellent physical therapist" take a look at her to rule out a nerve compression somewhere along the line.
Good Luck!
Marianne Ryan PT, OCS

Posted By Marianne Ryan PT on April 24, 2007 at 13:20:25:

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