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06-10-2007, 11:07 PM
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Originally Posted by MikeD View Post

For other joints its simply tendons and/or ligaments returning to a normal position such as when you stand up and the knees pop. Some problems can arise such as IT Syndrome seen by many runners. An uneven suface and constant movement over a boney protrusion at the hip or knee can bring on a lot of problems. This isnt as light an issue as say cracking your knuckles but if its not a constant event in the joint I wouldnt worry about it. If pain, stiffness or abnormal action by the joint is evident you should get it checked out.
If I run for awhile, sometimes I get this aching pain just below my kneecap, in the area of what anatomists would could the tibial tuberosity which is the midline top of the tibia.

Do u know anything about that? Some one said a lot of people have a patellar ligament that inserts slightly off or something....

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