Setbacks, conflicting advice, and stagnation: The treatment for patellar tendonitis can be long and frustrating. Let's look at which treatments actually work.
These 5 exercises will help you get rid of patellar tendonitis by improving biomechanics and by strengthening the tendon safely.
Patellar tendon straps are small elastic bands you can use to reduce your pain from jumper’s knee. They sell like hot cakes on Amazon, but there’s a dark truth behind how they work. In this video, you’ll learn why patellar tendon straps are not actually helping you heal and what to do instead. How Patellar Tendon Straps Work Video Transcript: If you have patellar tendonitis, you’ve overworked...
To cure for jumper's knee you have to work on the three most critical causes. The treatment triangle will show you how to do this.
To recover from chronic patellar tendonitis you need to strengthen your patellar tendon safely. The exercise I will show you in a moment will do just that. Using this exercise for patellar tendonitis has been shown to provide treatment outcomes equal to tendon surgery and it is supported by decades of academic research. The exercise I’m talking about is … … eccentric squats on a slanted board...
Let's talk about the symptoms of patellar tendonitis and how you can use them to avoid wasting months on rehab.
Do you have patellar tendonitis and feel like you’re going in circles? Maybe one of these 3 mistakes is adding months to your recovery time.
Patellar tendonitis (“Jumper’s Knee”) is a frustrating knee injury that can last for years. This article will show how to cut the recovery time down to just a few weeks.
Does stretching actually help with patellar tendonitis or is it a waste of time? Let's find out.