A knee, ankle, or foot injury can keep you from running, jumping, or moving altogether.
The Arizona Sports Medicine Center experts have experience caring for

Runner's Knee

Runner’s knee refers to conditions that cause pain around the front of the knee. These include anterior knee pain syndrome, patellofemoral malalignment, and chondromalacia patella.

Ankle Sprain

Most often, this soft-tissue injury occurs when ligaments connecting bones pull, stretch, or tear. Pain, swelling, bruising, and difficulty walking on the affected foot or ankle are the most common symptoms.

Knee Tendonitis/Bursitis

Knee bursitis occurs when the knee bursa (thin, slippery cushion sacs between bones and soft tissues) become irritated or inflamed, causing more lubricating fluid to accumulate.

Ankle/Foot Tendonitis

Ankle/foot tendonitis is caused by a series of small stresses repeatedly aggravating any tendons located in and around the ankle or foot, leading to inflammation.

Plantar Fasciitis

This common source of pain on the bottom of the heel occurs when the strong band of tissue that supports your foot arch becomes irritated and inflamed.

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