I am 18 years old. I have a little problem that effects my daily hobbies. I play basketball and play in such a way that I am constantly running and jumping at maximum effort each time. When I was a little bit younger, I had a pretty bad case of Osgood-Schlatter disease. It was from constant running and jumping because I have always wanted to jump high ever since I was like 8. Now the problem is, I cannot jump and run without starting to hurt or mainly feeling very low on explosiveness. I stretch very well and I exercise my legs very often. I just wanted to know if there was any advice to regaining the strength back in my knees.
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Strenuous activities.Investigations to be done:
X-ray would be helpful if not improved with conservative management.Differential diagnosis:
Infrapatellar bursitis.Preventive measures:
Avoid jumping and running when acute pain is present.Regarding follow up:
Revert back after two weeks to an orthopaedician and traumatologist online.---> https://www.icliniq.com/ask-a-doctor-online/orthopaedician-and-traumatologist
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