Thread: Knee pain
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Old 03-15-2007, 07:58 PM   #5
James Besenyei
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I second David's suggestion. It's always better to find out if your problem will require more invasive techniques sooner rather than later. If there isn't anything structurally wrong then you have at least eliminated one possibility, but if there is a problem you may be able to catch it before you do more damage.
Just to play devil's advocate: on the other hand, you can ice & elevate the knee after workouts, be sure to stretch some more, complete a more thorough warmup, and continue to seek the advice of your coach (make sure to keep him updated on any changes in your situation, i.e. you visit a doc or pain increases).

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