Jumper’s Knee

Jumper’s Knee, otherwise known as patellar tendinosis, is caused by repetitive stress due to participating in sports that include high or long jumping and landing. Jumper’s Knee is specific to sports that consist of a lot of repetitive jumping such as basketball, gymnastics, and volleyball.  If too much-repetitive stress is put on the patellar tendon, it will cause tiny tears. This initially can cause inflammation and a weakening, but if not treated properly, it then becomes chronically degenerated.

Possible Treatments

Prolotherapy/Prolozone®
PRP
BMAC
Adipose(fat)/Lipogems®