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by Dr Ebonie Rio

By Dr Ebonie Rio Key points Many structures can drive pain that is felt at the front of the knee Differentiation of where the pain is (localised versus vague) appears to be associated with different changes to muscle drive / excitability Anterior knee pain (pain at the front of the knee) can be caused by…read more

by Prof Jill Cook

By Professor Jill Cook. Rest completely The old adage of use it or lose it applies to tendons, resting just decreases the ability of the tendon to take load. It also affects the muscle attached to the tendon and the rest of the leg, leaving the person with less ability to load the tendon. Conversely…read more