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Osgood Schlatter's Syndrome
The following is a typical scenario involving a common condition that is a frequent cause of knee pain in children and adolescence, along with details of some of the current forms of treatment which may help to relieve the pain and discomfort associated with it.
It’s a normal weekend you go out to play football as you do every Saturday. Warm up goes well and you’re feeling good ready to play. The whistle signals kick off and after running around for 5 minutes the ball goes over your head and you quickly try to turn to chase the ball. As you turn you hear a pop and find yourself on the floor in a heap. Pain can be felt in the knee. After the initial pain subsides you try to get up and put weight on your leg, but it feels too unstable and uncomfortable.
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