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Jumper’s Knee

Jumper’s Knee - Causes and Risk Factors

Jumper’s Knee - Diagnosis

Jumper’s Knee - Treatments

What can we do to help you?

Our doctors are able to prescribe you pain medications. Physiotherapy may be prescribed to teach you to decrease the stress on the patellar tendon and to alter jumping and running biomechanics. Our physiotherapists may also teach you taping techniques as well as stretching and strengthening exercises for the muscles above the knee.

  • Single leg mini squat (link to resources)
  • Bulgarian squat
  • Running man on trampoline
  • Double leg bridging
  • Single leg bridging
  • Step ups
  • Side lunges
  • Double leg ½ squats
  • Single leg ½ squats
  • Double leg chair stands
  • Single leg chair stands

If necessary, you may also be prescribed orthotics to restore normal foot biomechanics if that is identified as a major contributing factor.

Other treatments include Extra-corporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT) to stimulate healing at the patellar tendon as well as an Autologous Conditioned Plasma (ACP) injection.

Jumper’s Knee - Preparing for surgery

Jumper’s Knee - Post-surgery care

Jumper’s Knee - Other Information

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