Anatomy of the Knee
By Ehren Allen, PT/Certified Manual Therapist
Anatomy of the Knee Joint
The knee is the body’s largest joint. It’s the place where three bones meet: the tibia, the femur and the patella. The knee is a “hinge” joint. It allows the leg to bend in one direction only. Let’s take a closer look at the main parts of the knee’s anatomy.
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To learn more about the knee, please read this article on the Knee Anatomy.
JOI Now Offers Telemedicine and ASAP Fracture Care.
All JOI Physicians, Physical Therapists and Occupational Therapists now offer Telemedicine services for virtual visits from the convenience of your home. If you feel that it is best to stay in your own home during this time. To watch a video about why you should not wait if you have knee pain, please watch: KNEE PAIN CAN’T WAIT!
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JOI Physicians are currently offering ASAP Fracture care. Make an appointment by calling (904)JOI-2000. This is a new option for patients who would like to avoid the emergency room if they have suffered a fracture or soft tissue injury. To learn more about this service, read this article about fracture and injury care.
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