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The knee joint bones, ligaments, and connective tissue
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Knee Joint Anatomy: Tibiofemoral and Patellofemoral Joints

Integrated functional anatomy of the knee joint - Bones, joints, palpation, ligaments, nerves, joint anatomy, joint actions, arthrokinematics, muscles, fascia, and range of motion of the knee joint. Highlighting the behaviors in postural dysfunction, knee pain, jumpers knee, runners knee, ACL tears, MCL tears, meniscus tears, tendonitis, and common interventions for the knee joint.

Stefanie DiCarrado

Stefanie DiCarrado

DPT, PT, NASM CPT & CES

Brent Brookbush

Brent Brookbush

DPT, PT, MS, CPT, HMS, IMT

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