Patellofemoral pain syndrome
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PFPS pain is usually felt in the front of the knee and may be worse when sitting with bent knees for a long time, going up or down stairs, or when getting up from a seated position. Treatment involves pain management, patella bracing, lower extremity muscle strengthening, and stretching the hamstrings.
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