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ITB Syndrome & Cycling

Iliotibial band syndrome (ITBS) is another common cycling injury, but is often lost among other knee pain injuries due to the location of the pain frequently presenting on the outside of the knee. ITBS is typically associated with prolonged, repetitive activity which explains why it’s so common in cyclists. See our leaflet for more information on symptoms, management and prevention.

ITB Syndrome and Cycling
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