Iliotibial Band Syndrome
The symptom of an ocular tibia is a common overactive injury, which is particularly common in long-distance runners.
What factors caused the appearance of the ocular film syndrome?
- Rhabogony (the presence of a gap between the knees when the legs are in contact with each other in an upright position)
- Pathological attitude of the foot resulting in increased tendency of the oculo-tibial tape
- Wrong training and running technique
The main symptom is pain in the outer surface of the knee. Symptoms are aggravated by a knee flexion of 30 °, during which the iliac nape contacts the outer femur.
Conservative treatment provides an immediate solution and we can help,
but first of all you have consulted Orthopedics