When the knee is working, there is no pain, clicking and you can walk normal. When the knee is causing pain with each step you take, what is going on. Once of the easiest answers to this question relates to is the knee cap on track. Meaning, is the knee cap tracking with the correct alignment or is it not? When things are working well in the knee, the patella or knee cap will glide and stay in place. When muscles are too tight or too weak and there are imbalances being created, this is what will cause the knee cap to be off track. When the knee cap is off, just like a train getting off the tracks, pain and not so good things happen. This can happen when certain muscles are weak and another part of the leg is too tight and the knee cap may slip to one side just a bit to create that pain. If you knee more advice on this and you have already met with your physician and physical therapist, then look into hiring a Portland Oregon personal trainer. When you hire a trainer, they can take your existing prescription that you have learned from physical therapy and continue with your training and incorporate that into a fitness routine for you.
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