Patellofemoral pain is one of the most common knee disorders affecting runners. The vast majority of cases arc related to some degree of patellar malalignment. This article addresses how to assess both static and dynamic factors contributing to altered patellar position and lower extremity mechanics. Emphasis is given to the anatomic, soft tissue and strength deficits that must be considered for correction of patellar mal alignment and a successful rehabilitation program.
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