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Old 04-29-2009, 03:40 AM   #11
Chris Wild
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Re: Knee Pain While Taking A Seat

Firstly... I don't want you to worry about it but I had similar symptoms and have recently had to have an op on the knee. In my case it was an OCD lesion of the knee, and luckily it was a fairly easy thing to sort out. But I would definitely go to an orthopedic specialist and have them do an MRI (if it continues).

But it could be many things: Scar-tissue, Patella tendinitis, or something even smaller. But get it checked out if it continues. Dont worry about the OCD thing. It can be there for like 2 years before it becomes a problem.

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Old 04-29-2009, 06:08 AM   #12
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Re: Knee Pain While Taking A Seat

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Firstly... I don't want you to worry about it but I had similar symptoms and have recently had to have an op on the knee. In my case it was an OCD lesion of the knee, and luckily it was a fairly easy thing to sort out. But I would definitely go to an orthopedic specialist and have them do an MRI (if it continues).

But it could be many things: Scar-tissue, Patella tendinitis, or something even smaller. But get it checked out if it continues. Dont worry about the OCD thing. It can be there for like 2 years before it becomes a problem.

Good Luck
Thanks Chris,

I will def do that.
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Old 04-30-2009, 09:20 PM   #13
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Re: Knee Pain While Taking A Seat

from what I could see in the Youtube video. Your weight shifts froward and you don't drive threw your heels. Your feet are pointed out slightly which isn't a huge issue but it looks like your knees might be caving inward. Your hips also look tight and you have a anterior tilt to your pelvis. These things will put stress on your knees leading to tendinitis.
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