As a sports rehabilitation doctor, I get the benefit of seeing all types of sports injuries. One of more common injuries I see is a ‘knee tracking’ issue. I’ll go as far as saying about 75% of all people presenting with knee pain have this condition as either a primary issue or issue that is causing a more serious situation. So, what exactly is this funny sounding condition?
As humans, we are the ONLY animal to be upright and on two legs as a primary means of ambulation. Although our evolution has allowed us to do this, it is not without issues. It just so happens that the muscles on the outside of the thigh tend to get stronger/tighter than the muscles on the inside. Now, it’s a bit more complex than this but this should help give us a general idea of what is occurring. Continue Reading →