Knee Pain With Jumping? Try Taping!
Are you experiencing knee pain in the area below the knee cap with repetitive jumping and bouncing? You may be suffering from a condition called Jumper’s knee (Patella Tendinopathy).
How about trying a simple knee taping technique to see if you can ease such symptoms?
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The video below will show you a taping technique aimed to off load the patella tendon, which can become irritated with such activities.
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