Pes anserine bursitis is one of the common forms of bursitis located around the knee and involves the inflammation and swelling of the pes anserine bursa located along the proximomedial aspect of the tibia.
A common sign of pes anserine bursitis will be anterior knee pain and may be caused by overuse, an impact injury or tight hamstrings.
Many people will simply refer to the condition as knee bursitis. To learn more about knee bursitis click the link below.
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Disclaimer: The information on this page is intended for individuals who have been medically diagnosed with pes anserine bursitis. If you suspect that you have pes anserine bursitis then it is important to visit a qualified medical professional in order to rule out any other possible causes prior to considering any advice or treatment option.
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