3 Mistakes That Ruin Your Patellar Tendonitis Recovery Time

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Are you adding months to your patellar tendonitis recovery time by making one these three mistakes? Watch this video to learn more.

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Video by Martin Koban of Fix-Knee-Pain.com

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