The Most Common Knee Problem – B. Rodney Comisar, M.D.


The most common knee problem we see is something we term anterior knee pain or patellofemoral pain, and it can happen at all ages.

And the pediatric patient or that young adolescent might get it below the knee, whereas a teenager might get a little higher. 

A recreational athlete starting to do cross fit in their 30s or 40s might get pain behind their kneecap where they have difficulty climbing stairs, can’t squat down, have trouble getting out of a chair or out of a car.


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