Whenever I go to sit down - in between standing and sitting I feel a sharp, stabbing pain, combined with a burning sensation in my right knee. This happens all the time. It's been happeneing for a month now and it is affecting my training.
I can do any sort of running or walking comfortably, but when I attempt to do a squat in the gym, or just try to sit down at all, the pain sparks up and spreads mild burning sensations throughout my leg.
I can not figure out what this is.
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