Runner's Knee - NAT Treatment Plan
The NAT Runner's Knee Treatment Plan is designed for the self helper or therapist who wishes to address a diagnosed form of Runner's Knee or Runner's Knee type pain. The plan provides a comprehensive guide to the condition, including symptoms, muscles affected, differential diagnosis and how to treat it using trigger point therapy techniques, taping, exercise and more.
For Home and Professional use.
What is included?
- Description of condition
- Muscles affected
- Trigger points and pain maps
- Differential Diagnosis
- Treatment program (Ischemic compression techniques, deep stroking massage, muscle energy techniques, taping, stretching and strengthening exercises)
- Treatment Assessment
- Treatment Plan
- Lifestyle Advice
About Runner's Knee
Runner’s Knee can refer to a number of injuries resulting from overuse, causing pain around the knee cap (patella). Patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS) is the most common type of Runner’s Knee and is the one we will focus on in this guide. Its name comes from its high prevalence in runners, where the repeated stress on the knee causes irritation where the patella rests on the thigh bone.
Self Helpers, Manual Therapists, Massage Therapists, Trigger Point Therapists, Body Workers, Athletic Trainers, Chiropractors, Physical Therapists, PTS's, Occupational Therapists, OTA's, Medical Doctors, Nurses
NAT Runner's Knee Treatment Plan does not require any tools or special equipment. Where massage tools or exercise equipment are recommended, alternative exercises are provided for those without access to tools or equipment.