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Runner's Knee and Faulty Biomechanics

“Runner’s knee” is a term that describes a painful and sometimes debilitating ailment of the knee present in a quarter of active people. Researchers identified several circumstances associated with the condition: weak hamstrings and quadriceps increased the probability of developing runner’s knee. Prevention programs should focus on increasing strength of the lower-extremity musculature along with proper mechanics.

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