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Patellar Subluxation

Patellar subluxation refers to a temporary partial dislocation of the kneecap from its normal position in the trochlear groove at the end of the thigh bone. This normally happens during forced thigh straightening with the kneecap being forced out of its normal position towards the lateral (outer) side of the knee. The condition is usually attributable to structural abnormalities of the knee e.g. the inner thigh muscle may be underdeveloped or the outer one overdeveloped. Typical symptoms are pain and swelling behind the kneecap and pain when the leg is bent or straightened. Individuals affected by the condition may also feel the kneecap as it moves out of position. Braces such as those below are designed to treat this condition. Please check with us or with your doctor to ensure your choice is right for you.

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