Addressing the sometimes complex issues relating to knee problems and rehabilitation, this book describes the more familiar injuries, such as cartilage and ligament tears, less usual problems such as reflex sympathetic dystrophy, and background factors such as stress and food intolerance.;The author explains how the knee works, what can go wrong with it, what should be done, who should be consulted, and how knees should be protected against avoidable harm. She also sets out some of her own treatment strategies for dealing with the most common knee problems.;The book should be of interest to those who have suffered any kind of knee problem, and to sports coaches, trainers and managers. Children's knee problems are a particular concern, so this book may be used as a useful reference in this area.