Patellofemoral pain is a very common knee diagnosis in any age range, with a slightly more common presentation around early middle age. It presents as soreness in the front of your knee and often is associated with pain while stair climbing, squatting, or sitting for prolonged periods of time. Sometimes it is referred to as “runner’s” or “jumper’s” knee. This discomfort is caused by aggravation of the knee cap with associated weakness in the associated hip and knee muscles. Physical therapy is thus the hallmark for improving symptoms.
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