What is Iliotibial Band syndrome?
Iliotibial Band Syndrome (ITBS) is an overuse knee injury most common in runners and cyclists occurring when the IT band running along the outside of the thigh from the hip to the knee and shin becomes tight or inflamed causing excessive friction on the outside of the knee when moving.
IT Band syndrome symptoms
IT band syndrome symptoms are: Pain on outside of knee especially while running or cycling, knee sore to touch and sometimes knee swelling.
ITB syndrome treatment
Your physiotherapist will physically assess and test painful movements and muscle strength, assess biomechanics use hand on physiotherapy, shockwave therapy, dry needling, and taping. Advise re running/sporting technique. Provide IT band stretches, IT band exercises via our exercise prescription software Salaso. Prescribe orthotics, knee supports, knee straps, foam roller and resistance bands.
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