Patella Tendonitis

Monday, 16 November 2015  |  John
Patellar Tendinitis Exercises

Patellar tendonitis (also known as jumpersí knee, patellar tendinitis and patellar tendinopathy) is an injury to the tendon which connects your knee and shinbone. Itís most common in athletes who jump a lot in their sport or discipline, hence the name jumpersí knee. If youíre an athlete with patellar tendonitis, it can put you out of action for an unfortunately long period of time. Fortunately, there are some exercises you can do to help with the condition, so you can be hands-on with your recovery.

Monday, 16 November 2015  |  John
Patellar Tendinitis Recovery Time: What You Need To Know

Patellar Tendonitis is a tear or other injury to the patellar tendon Ė the ligament connecting your knee and your shinbone. Itís also known as jumpersí knee, because itís most commonly found in athletes whose sports need a lot of jumping, such as basketball players. There are a huge variety of things which can affect how long it takes you to recover from patellar tendonitis, and if youíre an athlete it can keep you out of the game for a long period of time.

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