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Runner's Knee
Runner's knee is a wearing away of the cartilage behind the kneecap, causing pain in the knee. This can occur because of weak quadricep muscles, or shoes that do not give proper support when you come off your forefoot on the inside. What to do? Maharam says the condition is typically treated with a full-length sports orthotic and strengthening exercises directed at the inner (medial) quad muscle.

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Knee Pain - Chondromalacia - Irritation Under The Kneecap
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