If your child has been having trouble with pain at the front of their knee, that is made worse with jumping & landing, or when it is
knocked/pressed, they may have Osgood-Schlatter’s disease. This is an irritation of a growth plate on the front of the shin, where the
patella tendon attaches to the bone. This can be helped with reduction of activity, rest, icing & pain relief.
Knee pain in kids can also possibly indicate something a little more serious, so we always recommend booking in to see one of our experts for an accurate diagnosis & treatment plan.
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