Botox cures ‘runner’s knee’

Patellofemoral overload syndrome – often referred to as ‘runners’ knee’ – can be effectively treated with a botulinum toxin injection, say UK researchers.

Their study involved ultrasound-guided injections of Dysport, a botulinum toxin type A, into the tensor fasciae latae muscle of 45 patients who had suffered from the condition for over three months and who had abnormalities on MRI.

Latest

Trending