Beginner Triathlete - Knee Injuries articles

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photoI have a torn meniscus and am torn between doing the arthroscopic surgery. I have heard many positive outcomes from folks who had it done. But I am 49 and I wonder if my outcome will be the same.
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photoI have several years of pain behind both kneecaps that I had diagnosed as chondromalacia, or patella femoral syndrome. Rest has helped, but I'm wondering if surgery offers a more full recovery.
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photoThere are about three causes to the clicking sound in your knee, even if it doesn't hurt. Also included are some exercises to help alleviate the symptoms.
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photoI have a tight IT band on my left leg, but my right knee's pain is in a slightly different area, more in the joint, on the outside of the knee. Is this still an IT band issue?
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photoHere are several treatment options for runners knee presented from the least invasive to the most invasive.
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photoA physician specialists addresses the questions of whether a triathlete complete an Ironman four months after microfracture knee surgery
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photoI can train for half marathons on pavement and on trails, but as soon as I change it up to gravel or loose dirt my knee swells and the pain it causes is unreal. Any ideas why this happens?
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photoIs it possible to compete in triathlon after an ACL reconstruction and meniscus repair?
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photoImproving running speed doesn't need to be a lost cause just becuase of a history of knee injuries.
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photoDo you have iliotibial band syndrome (ITBS)? Thinking about having Active Release Techniques (ART) done? This article will address ITBS and how ART can help.
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photoIliotibial Band Syndrome (ITBS) is one of the most common running injuries due to overtraining. In this video, a sports medicine doctor diagnoses and provides a treatment plan for a patient with ITBS.
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photoWoke up at 7am and physically could not walk. Pain was shooting in my knee (almost dropped me to my knees). Later I went to my sports doc. He could not simulate the pain whatsoever.
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photoLast weekend I did my first 1/2 marathon. At about mile six I felt a slight pain in my left knee. By mile eight it really hurt and I hobbled to the end. What can I do to fix this?
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photoI think I have pes ansurine tendonitis. I have had tender to-the-touch pain on the medial aspect of both knees after riding. The pain is more acute the couple of days after a ride.
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photoI have a very annoying pain under my knee cap. It does not hurt when I run or ride. It hurts a lot when I swim and when I walk up or down stairs. The pain is a searing pain. Help!
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