Treatment of lateral knee pain using soft tissue mobilization in four female triathletes
Conclusions: After ruling out common causes for lateral knee pain such as lateral meniscus tear, lateral collateral ligament sprain, patellofemoral dysfunction, osteochondral injury, biceps femoris tendonitis, iliotibial band friction syndrome or osteoarthritis, soft tissue restriction should be considered a potential source of dysfunction. In some cases soft tissue restriction is overlooked; athletes go undiagnosed and are limited from sports participation.
International Journal of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork: Research, Education, and Practice
Winslow, John, "Treatment of lateral knee pain using soft tissue mobilization in four female triathletes" (2014). Faculty Articles Indexed in Scopus. 889.