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Old 12-31-2004, 10:14 AM   #1
David Smit
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IF anyone has any idea, from a practical perspective, upon performing full squats, beyond parallel, I am getting a lot of pain behind the knee when I ascend. I have excellent flexibility, stay on the heels, back arched, knees tracking but i still get this pain. Has a ligament been stretched? Physio has not remedied this nor has deep tissue massage.
any suggestions? see an orthopod?

happy new year

David

ps. I have to get this fixed, I am always working with athletes and prefer to not always do the talking!}
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Old 01-03-2005, 07:34 AM   #2
Paul Siatczynski
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Pain behind the knee with squatting could be a torn meniscus ( cartilage). If therapy has not helped, it may be time to get an MRI or see an orthopod. Good luck.

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