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Evaluate Your Shoes

Evaluate your shoes to improve runners knee painThe shoes you are running in may not provide your feet with the support they need. Everyone is different. Each and every brand of shoe is different. Some shoes negatively affect compartments of the knee, while others actually take some weight and stress off the knee. When picking out running shoes, it is about so much more than the color or the logo that is stitched on it.

Are you Overstriding?

Overstride may be causing your runner's kneeDo you know what type of foot striker you are? Are you a heel striker, midfoot striker, or a forefoot striker? Just because you do one or the other does not mean you have bad form, but if you feel pain, it could be your body’s signal that it is not the best style for your knees. Many experts believe that heel striking leads to Runner’s Knee pain because it causes the knee to absorb great amounts of shock and stress.

Evaluate Your Posture

Evaluate Your Posture to lessen runners knee painProfessionals believe that Runner's Knee becomes an issue due to improper posture while running. If a runner has weak hip stabilizers, the body naturally compensates to stabilize the pelvis by rotating the thigh inward. This causes the pelvis and thigh to tilt, pinches the knee between the bones, and causes damage to the cartilage.

9 Tips to Ease Runner's Knee Pain

Tips to ease Runner's KneeRunner's Knee, also known as Patello femoral Pain Syndrome, is pain and irritation that occurs where the kneecap (patella) and thigh bone connect. Pain strikes behind, around, or in the center of the kneecap because these two bones rub against each other and damage the cartilage. For each runner, the intensity and duration of the pain varies, but it can be chronic and very sharp.

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