Beginner Triathlete - Knee Injuries articles

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photoShould you get arthroscopic surgery? Here are several knee problems that arthroscopy can help diagnose and even fix.
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photoDo you have any experience with Synvisc One knee injections? After my second scope the doctor has recommended this for the osteoarthritis that has developed in my knee.
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photoI seem to have developed a benign "mystery " edema on the medial aspects of my knees. But I have absolutely no discomfort whatsoever.
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photoFor eight months now I have had progressively worse snapping in my legs and ankles. Whenever I walk, my knees crack on the outside and they sometimes hurt when this happens.
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photoI just completed my first Ironman season and I was free of injuries. I am now just messing around when I run at a fast pace (for me), I get a shooting pain in my right knee.
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photoMy right knee has a pain in the front, just below the kneecap. I walked 24 miles of IM Louisville. No pain while walking but it started immediately when trying to run.
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photoAfter about 45-60 minutes of generally light jogging I am getting shooting pain in the left side of the knee under the patella.
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photoSo lately when I run after about 3 miles I get a nasty pain on the outside of my knee area. I have been assuming it is IT band syndrome? What can I do to help this?
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photoSince my last marathon (October, 2007), the area below my right kneecap towards the outside of my leg (but not the ITB) aches every time I run, especially afterwards.
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photoIt sounds like you have a very common condition that many runners and triathletes experience called patello-femoral pain syndrome. We have seen that runners with core weakness experience this.
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photoMy symptoms have been present off and on for almost two years. Is this a surgical problem, or should I just keep managing it for as long as I can?
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photoThe symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, recovery and prevention of iliotibial band syndrome caused by excessive friction of the distal portion of the iliotibial band during activities like running.
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photoThe long runs, before your training was up to speed, likely started-up some overuse injury. Inflammation occurred in the front part of your knee where the extensor mechanism of your knee functions.
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photoWhen athletes have an imbalance, either due to core weakness or in this case uneven terrain, this can produce strain anywhere along the IT band, but most commonly along the outside of the knee.
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photoThis month I upped my bike time a lot but at relatively low intensity and I started experiencing pain on the outside lower part of my knee. It did not affect anything other than cycling.
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