The knee is a funny thing.
It moves based on how the femur and tibia rotate relative to each other.
After all, the knee joint is really just comprised of these two bones meeting.
Usually they rotate in opposite directions when the knee bends and extends.
In the case of inside knee pain, the two bones end up rotating in outwards, TOGETHER.
This places the knee in a "locked out" bias, while pressuring the inside of the joint, so every time you move, you feel the strain on the inside of the knee.
Below is a potential solution to alleviating your pain by "untwisting" the knee and restoring the relative rotations back.
You will see that the toe elevation is created here to help set the foot in a position that will assist in rotating the tibia below the femur.
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Dr. Peter Dionisopoulos is the owner and founder of Dynamic Performance & Rehab. He has a Doctorate in Physical Therapy and enjoys to help active adults maintain their lifestyle and provide natural solutions to their pain.
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