Chondromalacia

What is it?

Articular cartilage covers the ends of bones inside a joint. Chondromalacia is most common in the knee and involves the softening and breakdown of this cartilage.

Why do I have it?

When the ends of two bones in a joint rub together, it causes inflammation and pain. This is often caused due to thigh muscle imbalances and patella tracking abnormalities.

When does it hurt?

Aggravated discomfort arises from prolonged sitting, jumping, squatting and climbing/ descending stairs.

The Bracing Experts Advice:

Stability of the knee cap is essential for a more pain-free lifestyle. Allow us to fit you with a brace that best stabilizes the patella for everyday use.

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