The commonly prescribed procedure of knee replacement, though it helps many, also leads to chronic problems in a significant minority of cases.
Humans are designed to move. But now we’re learning that we’re also designed to move fast. A team of researchers from the University of Delaware presented further evidence in...
Scientists now believe that running helps prevent knee arthritis, not cause it.
The knee joint allows for a limited amount of rotation between the femur and tibia. Controlling that rotation is usually an automatic function of your muscles. But when the joint goes awry, you may need an adjustment to fix it.
Latest research on forefoot landing versus rearfoot landing styles in runners. The mechanical loads shift, but there are trade-offs involved.
The American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons now recommends against the use of hyaluronic acid (Synvisc) injections for arthritic knees. That doesn’t leave many proven options for people with knee pain…
Exercise is needed to maintain the health of the cartilage of your knee. But can too much exercise backfire?
Discover the important diagnostic factors that help you doctor diagnose the cause of your knee pain.
Total knee replacement surgery has helped many alleviate pain and regain the ability to walk with ease. But the results aren’t perfect – many patients have persistent pain after surgery. This guest article by a New Zealand occupational therapist and psychotherapist discusses some of the intricacies of persisting pain.
If you have outer knee pain when you run, you may have iliotibial band friction syndrome. Dr. Lavine has published an article updating our knowledge of its causes, diagnosis, and treatment.
Strength training is an important part of fitness and health. But you’ve got to do it right. This article debunks three myths about resistance exercises.