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Painful Stair Climbing and Chiropractic

Knee pain is one of the most common extraspinal conditions reported to Chiropractors. One of the most common types of knee pain that responds to Chiropractic care are known as patellar tracking disorders. The knee cap (patella) acts as a … Continue reading

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The ACL and Knee Problems-Chiropractic topics

The ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) is one of the most commonly injured structures of the knee that may be injured in sports. Often problems with the medial meniscus contribute to ACL tears. The ACL and medial meniscus are usually injured … Continue reading

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Pain behind the Knee cap and Chiropractic

The knee cap is a moveable bone that is in the tendon the the quadriceps. It acts to center the tendon of the quad during extension and bending of the knee. It also acts as a sort of fulcrum. Problems … Continue reading

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Sports Injury-Meniscus injury-Chiropractic Topics

The most common cause of tears of the meniscus in young adults is a sporting injury. The most common mechanism of injury is a twisting strain applied to the bend and weight bearing leg. A bucket handle tear is a … Continue reading

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Sports injury and the knee. The MCL. Chiropractic topics

One of the more common injuries of the knee in sports is an injury to the medial collateral ligament or MCL. A ligament is a fibrous structure that prevents extreme motion in the joints. In the case of the knee … Continue reading

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