This infographic has been made to try and convey some ideas about patellofemoral pain and its content is a summary of a Claire Robertson’s collaboration on this site, about a talk she gave at the BASEM, (Bristish Association of Sports and Exercise Medicine) about patellofemoral pain.
Benjafield A.J., Killingback A.,Robertson C.J. Adds P.J. Investigation into the architecture of the vastus medialis oblique muscle in athletic and sedentary individuals: An in vivo ultrasound study Clinical Anatomy. Article first published online: 22 SEP 2014 | DOI: 10.1002/ca.22457
Callaghan M. et al., A randomised trial of a brace for patellofemoral osteoarthritis targeting knee pain and bone marrow lesions. Ann Rhuem Dis 2015 doi:10.1136/annrheumdis-2014-206376
Engelina S, AntoniosT Robertson C.J., Killingback A, Adds P J Ultrasound Investigation Of Vastus Medialis Oblique (VMO) Muscle Architecture: An In Vivo study. Clin Anat. 2014;27;7;1076-1084
Jones LJ, O’Shaughnessy DFP The Pain and Movement Reasoning Model: Introduction to a simple tool for integrated pain assessment Manual Ther 2014, 19; 3; 270-76
Khoshkhoo M, Killingback A, Robertson CJ, Adds PJ The effect of exercise on vastus medialis oblique muscle architecture: An ultrasound investigation. Clin Anat 2016; 29;6;692
Lenhart RL, Thelen DG, Wille CM, Chumanov ES, Heiderscheit BC. Increasing Running Step Rate Reduces Patellofemoral Joint Forces. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2013 Aug 2.
Robertson C J. Joint Crepitus-are we failing our patients? Physiotherapy research International; 2010;15;185.
Robertson C J. Patellofemoral pain syndrome provides a challenge for evdence-based practice Int J Ther Rehab 2007;14;12