Accidents are a fact of life, and whether you work in a preschool, an out-of-school-hours service or a daycare centre, you will have the same health and safety concerns. Ensuring that you do everything that you can to reduce the likelihood of accidents doesn't negate the need to act when there is an accident. Whatever the nature of your workplace, you must take steps to ensure that you have people available who hold a recognised first aid qualification.
Patellofemoral pain syndrome, sometimes known as runner's knee, is a term that doctors use to refer to ongoing pain in the knee. Most people feel this pain in the front of the kneecap, although some people experience pain behind the kneecap or around the knee. Read on to learn everything you need to know about patellofemoral pain syndrome.
What are the Symptoms of Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome?
Patellofemoral pain syndrome causes pain that is triggered by walking, running, kneeling, squatting or getting up from a chair.