Re: Tibial Intramedullary Rod and Knee Pain
Dear S. Wilfong,
Our knees is the intermediate joint of our lower limbs. The source of that pain in your knee is not there but in the adjacent joints and region- the hips, thighs, legs and ankles region. There are things in that raea that need to be strengthen and stretch for your to lose that pain in your knee (patellofemoral pain syndrome). Consult your PT about it.. =D
Posted By PainKILLER 2010 on May 19, 2010 at 10:12:25:
In Reply to: Tibial Intramedullary Rod and Knee Pain
posted by S. Wilfong on May 12, 2010 at 10:55:32:
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