Patellar Tracking Disorder (cont.)
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To prevent patellar tracking disorder and related knee pain, try to:
If you have achy knee pain on or around your kneecap and have not yet been diagnosed with a patellar tracking disorder, first try the following home treatment:
You may also want to try:
As your knee pain starts to go away, begin stretching and strengthening your leg. Stretching can loosen tight muscle and connective tissue that have been pulling the patella off track. Strengthening your thigh muscles can help stabilize the patella in the femoral groove as you bend and straighten your knee.1
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