Anterior interval arthrofibrosis is the condition of abnormal scarring in the 'anterior interval' - the space below the kneecap and behind the patellar tendon.

The scarring 'ties down' the patellar tendon, and makes the knee stiff.

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Arthrofibrosis and Patella Baja

This ebook explains how an abnormally low kneecap result from the inflammatory condition of arthrofibrosis

The Anatomy of Knee Flexibility

A course explaining how the knee can become stiff.

How to perform patellar mobilisations

A brief but high value eBook - fully illustrated - showing how to keep the tissues around the kneecap supple.

Anterior interval arthrofibrosis

A brief look at how the kneecap can become tethered by scarring in the region of the 'anterior interval'.

The anterior interval

An explanation of the very important gap under the patellar tendon

Arthrofibrosis

A very popular and comprehensive coverage of the topic of arthrofibrosis (internal scarring in the knee joint) from Dr Frank Noyes of the Cincinnati Sportsmedicine and Orthopaedic Center.

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Arthrofibrosis and patella baja - ebook


 

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Kindle eBook - Authors: Frank Noyes & Sue Barber-Westin

Knee Arthrofibrosis: Everything You Need to Know to Recognize, Treat, and Prevent Loss of Knee Motion After Injury or Surgery

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