dear sirs, i was involved in a accident which severely impacted my knee caps. I was diagnosed with patellar tendonitis but in all fairness, most attention was directed to other injuries so the injuries received little attention. i coped for several years with the pain and i noticed that i developed a permanent bend in my knees to alleviate pressure on my lower kneeecaps, mostly from sleeping with my knees elevated. I come from a culture that does not complain much or ask for help so i have dealt with my condition by myself, icing and alot of ibuprofen to reduce inflamation. Along with the permanent bend i have noticed dystrophy to my calves and leg muscles excepting a noticable enlargment to my quad and grotesque enlargment of my glutes. Very suprising in light of the fact i cannot run or walk very well. I have noticed i am also developing a bow legged walk and putting alot of pressure on the outside edge of my foot. In the last year or so i have also developed a pronounced arch to lower back and associated pain and now in the last few months to alleviate pressure on my lower back, my neck is coming forward very noticably.i have developed a hump and along with neck pain i have a constant headach, pain behind my eyes seemingly conecting to pain in my neck.could these symptons be caused by my knees being damaged?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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