By Allie Rylander
What is Osgood-Schlatter
Sign and Symptoms
- Swelling of the knee
- A bump forming below the knee cap
- Pain while running or walking
- Tenderness around the bump
- Painful when kneeling
Who can be affected by Osgood-Schlatter?
Diagnosis and Treatment
Treatments for Athletes
If the athlete would like to still play sports they can try cross training. Cross training is when you
Body Systems Affected
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