Your physical therapist will use information from the initial questions and tests along with his or her observations to accurately detect the cause of your knee condition.
Often, knee conditions are not caused directly by injury in the knees themselves, but from issues in other parts of the body (such as poor mobility in the feet/ankles or weak muscles in the hips). This fact makes it tricky for non-physical therapists to diagnose and treat knee conditions.
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