Jumper’s knee is a painful condition caused by overusing your knee joint. It is often sports-related and may be due to frequent jumping on hard surfaces. The contraction of your leg muscles combined with the force of hitting the ground can result in inflammation of the tendon and may cause jumper’s knee.
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