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IT Band Syndrome Patient Stories
Compiled by Knee1 Editorial Team

Formerly known as "Patient Stories", this blog features first-hand accounts of users who have dealt with the condition known as Iliotibial (IT) Band Syndrome.


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ITBFS and Generalized Ligament Laxity - Feb 11
I was just recently diagnosed with ITBFS and Generalized Ligament Laxity. I am a devoted softball and hockey player. I have had to stop playing all sports because of the ...
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ITB - May 05
Has anyone has an ITB 'released' or whatever they do to it when the bursitis won;t go away. I had a lateral release and now walk with very good alignment at the knee but ...
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itbfritction syndrom - Apr 30
I had surgery four years ago for a patella realignment. unfortunatly i have has some slips on ice,and for some unkown reason too much exercise(walking).strained my LCL.Strained ...
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yoga ,biking stretching - Apr 02
Hi, I thought I was really losing it, after 3 years of pain from my pelvic area, hip, knee and heel. I was beginning to think I was really a chronic complainer. After two ...
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Hot pain in hip/pelvis - Dec 23
I was just diagnosed with ITB but my searing pain is in my upper pelvis and hip area. I had some classic ITB knee pain briefly a month or two ago but stopped running and ...
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Posted: Apr 2, 2004 22:06
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    Hi, I thought I was really losing it, after 3 years of pain from my pelvic area, hip, knee and heel. I was beginning to think I was really a chronic complainer. After two orthopedic suregons, a chiropractor, and two physical therepists, cortizone, anti- inflamitory drugs, ice, heat, hot tubs and three years later; I'm talking to a friend that is a PT with a pediatric group who really hears what I'm saying.... after one session with her, I'm sleeping through the night again, doing yoga daily, riding my bicycle, and streaching first thing in the morning. WHOA! I'm not cured but at least I don't bite everyones head off. This routine is helping me. Hopefully my hip and leg in the area of the tibular band will stay stretched out for the very busy lifestyle I would like to maintain.
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