Runner’s knee is a vague diagnosis, but is typically describing patellofemoral pain (pain behind the knee cap), which is very common in runners. However, people who don't run regularly can still suffer from runner’s knee.
If you missed our first post, be sure to check out what to do before beginning a new exercise program. In this post, we focus on what to do to stay injury-free now that you’ve begun your new routine. Honest long-term health planning strategies from rehab experts.