Tibiofemoral Hypomobility Syndrome

Tibiofemoral Hypomobility Syndrome


Your knee pain is located deep in the joint and is vague and you have a stiff knee that does not bend or straighten completely.  Symptoms usually are aggravated by weightbearing activities.  The most common medical diagnosis is osteoarthritis.


  • Manual therapy to improve joint mobility and muscle length.
  • Identify regular fitness activities to continue that will be less stressful on the knee, such as cycling or aquatic exercise.
  • Exercises to improve strength and range of motion as tolerated.

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