The 3 exercises in this article are great for building strength and for preventing knee pain if you’re getting back into volleyball after a longer break. Let’s start with one I used to hate. Video Transcript: Exercise 1: Stronger Knees Okay so you may be thinking “wall sits? That’s way too easy!” and sure, if you’ve kept up your strength training and did at least one leg day per week over...
If you’re getting ready for a new season you can use the following exercises to prevent knee pain and to increase your explosiveness:
Prevent Knee Pain Exercises [PDF]
Want to stay in shape with knee pain? Here are 97 fitness and cardio drills you can do with almost any knee injury.
A while ago Jonathan asked, and I’m paraphrasing: “Does patellar tendonitis ever go away again permanently?” It’s a question that keeps coming back and if you’ve had tendonitis for a while, you’ve probably asked yourself the same thing. To answer this we’ll first do quick recap of what research has to say about recovery time. This will give us a good baseline for our expectations, but...
You’re a runner and the outside of your knee starts hurting after a few miles? It might be IT band syndrome.
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One of the most common questions that people keep emailing me is “Do you recommend icing for patellar tendonitis?” And to give you a precise answer: it depends. Watch the video or read the transcript below to learn more.
Diagnosis Your doctor will diagnose your injury by inquiring about your history and by using a combination of manual examinations1 and imaging tests such as ultrasound or MRI. MRIs and x-rays are also used for differential diagnosis, to rule out other knee injuries with similar symptoms. However, in some cases patellar tendonitis is difficult to diagnose, because tendons can be painful with a...
The key to a fast recovery is doing the right things early on and avoiding certain treatment mistakes that cause setbacks.