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One of the big differences between the effects of patellar tendinitis (that is, tendinitis of the patella--the kneecap) and chondromalacia is that tendinitis sufferers are much better able to locate the pain.  Whereas people with chondromalacia may rub their fingers up, down, and around the knee to indicate where it hurts.  When you have tendinitis you can put a fingertip right on the spot.  It's so tiny and specific that you can put the tip of a ballpoint pen right on the spot and just about levitate yourself into the air with pain.  And, that spot is right at the bottom of the kneecap where the tendon that goes on to connect to the shinbone begins --hence the name, patellar tendinitis.

It's also called jumper's knee, as it was first described in the takeoff leg of high jumpers. But it turns out that basketball players probably have more jumper's knee than anybodyRunner2.gif (2102 bytes) else.  You also see it in dancers, runners (for some reason, it's very hard to deal with in runners.)  Volleyball players --anyone who runs and jumps regularly may suffer from tendinitis.  Also, like chondromalacia, hurting after your first activity.  Jumper's knee sneaks up on you toward the end of the activity, then during, then at the beginning and finally all the time.  It's not nearly as common as chondromalacia nothing is -- but it's more difficult to deal with. It's probably the second most frequent knee injury.

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In reality, pain in hip and knee joints can be nothing more serious than referred pain from myofascial trigger points (tiny contraction knots) in the muscles of the hip and thigh.  Even when a hip or knee joint has suffered a verifiable physical injury, trigger points in associated muscles usually contribute a major part of the pain.  Referred pain can be every bit as intense and debilitating as pain from a damaged joint.

Some researchers suspect that trigger points may actually be the root cause of true osteoarthritis and other kinds of joint deterioration.  This is because muscles afflicted with trigger points become shortened and stiff.  When trigger points flash, even normal movement puts undue stress and strain on muscle attachments to the tendons at the joints, which can eventually result in distortion and damage to connective tissue and of the joints themselves.  

DR. MERCOLA'S COMMENT:

Some feel using anti-inflammatory medication for these tendon (tendinitis) problems is a prescription for disaster as they clearly do not treat the underlying cause and have the potential to cause significant complications.

Put simply, the Biological Adaptation Philosophy is that the body is a self regulating bioenergetic and biomechanical phenomena which will continue to regulate itself for as long as it has the reserve energy necessary to sustain life.

Bowen realized that the body would regulate itself and return to balance if the appropriate neurological and neuromuscular context was created so that it could.  There was never the question of if it could, this was implicit -- the fact that the person had life was evidence enough that it could!

 

One of the big differences between the effects of patellar tendinitis (that is, tendenitis of the patella -- the kneecap) and chondromalacia (runner's knee) is that tendinitis sufferers are much better able to locate the pain.  Whereas, people with midknee.jpg (16833 bytes)chondromalacia (runner's knee) may rub their fingers up, down, and around the knee to indicate where it hurts.  When you have tendinitis you can put a fingertip right on the spot. It's so tiny and specific that you can put the tip of a ballpoint pen right on the spot and just about levitate yourself into the air with pain. And that spot is right at the bottom of the kneecap, where the tendon that goes on to connect to the shinbone begins -- hence the name, patellar tendinitis.

Patella Tendinitis is also called runner's knee.  But it turns out that basketball players probably have more runner's knee, than anybody else.  You also see it in dancers, runners (and it's very hard to deal with in runners, for some reason), volleyball players -- anyone who runs and jumps regularly may suffer from it.  And, like chondromalacia, it sneaks up on you, first hurting after your activity, then toward the end of the activity, then during, then at the beginning and finally all the time.   It's not nearly as common as chondromalacia --nothing is-- but it's more difficult to deal with.  It's probably the second most frequent knee injury.

 

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