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Lateral Collateral Tendon tear

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Sep 2011
3:35pm, 14 Sep 2011
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Chromey
This is what I'm guessing I have. Seeing an actual fizz on Friday.

Can this type of injury be caused by wearing insoles or having a bike seat too low?
Sep 2011
7:22pm, 14 Sep 2011
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Chromey
Don't all answer at once now will you? ;)
Sep 2011
7:29pm, 14 Sep 2011
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GlennR
Try to track down Cabletow.
Sep 2011
7:33pm, 14 Sep 2011
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eL Bee!
Boing for CT

I think Lateral Collateral injuries come from a loaded twist or a dynamic hit on the inside of the knee. But CT is your man for mode of injury, and you can back track from there.

Low bike seat sounds very unlikely to me - more likely to have issues with your Patellar tendon
Sep 2011
7:35pm, 14 Sep 2011
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Chromey
Yeah. I'm thinking now I can do a bit more research at home.
Sep 2011
7:39pm, 14 Sep 2011
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Chromey
At the same time tho, the pain starts at the top of the patella, tracking down the lateral aspect rather than straight down the middle.
Sep 2011
8:01pm, 14 Sep 2011
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eL Bee!
Do you get it when cycling or running.
And do you have cleats?
Sep 2011
8:05pm, 14 Sep 2011
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Chromey
Yes I have cleats. Don't get it at all when cycling, just running. Started off only on descending and now it's constant including today when I've done nothing.
Sep 2011
8:43pm, 14 Sep 2011
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eL Bee!
Hmmm - I suspect a dynamic twist - but CT will have a better idea!

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Can this type of injury be ca...
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