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Old 08-31-2012, 12:59 PM   #18
Chas Tennis
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Originally Posted by junbumkim View Post
I suffered from ITBS and lateral trekking which would only aggravate whenever I ran long distance outdoor (anything over a mile). But, it never flared out playing tennis or basketball. Outside of my left knee would hurt so bad that I couldn't run any more.
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I had medial collateral ligament pain from surprisingly light forces on my lower leg. Only certain force directions caused my MCL pain.

The knee also has the lateral collateral ligament on the outside. I would assume that forces that push the lower leg or knee outward from the center can stress the lateral collateral ligament. ??

Do you have an idea as to how the pain and location from ITBS might compare to that of an injured lateral collateral ligament?
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