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Vmo and vl weak
Is it possible that someone is very active in sports but still have weak vmo and vl or imbalance between vmo and vl?
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Dr. Chethan R S
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First you must ensure that VMO is contracting properly. Long term injuries such as Patellofemoral knee pain are often caused by VMO malfunction, however some acute injuries also cause the inhibition of VMO. Consult Orthopedician for isometric contraction...
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Dr. Ambarish Akre
Physiotherapist 12 yrs exp Pune
Yes it is common.  Most individuals have a tight or over active VL complex and a weaker VMO.  This difference is possible due to a positional malalignment of patella  which is the commonest reason
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Dr. Badrinath Prathi
Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist Delhi
Hi. Am a Practicing Movement,  Performance Rehab & Sports Physiotherapist.  Yes, it is highly possible.
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Dr. Manasi Dixit Kunte
Pediatric Physiotherapist 8 yrs exp Pune
Yes it is possible.. it is always good to take professional help..
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