LB–ITB–INJURIES–ITBS-EXPLAINED


ILIOTIBIAL BAND SYNDROME – EXPLAINED


  • PHYSIOPEDIA .
    – The ITB is a thickening of the Deep Fascia (Fascia Latae) of the Thigh; the TFL inserts into this fibrous band tensing it
    – Usually presents with pain and/or tenderness on palpation of the lateral aspect of the knee, superior to the joint line and inferior to the lateral femoral epicondyle
    – It is considered a non-traumatic overuse injury, often seen in runners, and is often concomitant with underlying weakness of hip abductor muscles

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INSTAGRAM LINKS


  1. KAITLYN – PHYSIO – ITB SYNDROME .

YOUTUBE VIDEOS


  1. ITB SYNDROME – SPORTS INJURY CLINIC – 2010
  2. ITB FRICTION & RUNNER’S KNEE – DR. BELLEMANS – 2020
  3. ITB SYNDROME OF THE KNEE – DR. EBRAHEIM – 2017




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