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Why are some people knocked knee-ed on one side?

Here is an interesting case of a patient who injured her right knee with a cartilage tear about 15 months ago.

Her hip responded to the right knee injury by twisting in at the thigh and out at the shin.  The angle between the upper leg and lower leg is about 25 degrees, and on the left, her normal leg is about 10 degrees.  

After one treatment, and some home exercises her knee looked like this:

If you are interested in knee rehabilitation, here is a link

http://www.patellofemoral.org/pfoe/PDFs/Case_study_Mascal_Landers_Powers.pdf

Also a link to last week's blog post:

Surprising exercise for kneecap pain: hip rotation!

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Physical Therapy

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Olympia, Washington 98506

360.455.8014

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