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Thus, only 40 IPRs (20 right and 20 left) performed on 29 patients composed the study 21 22 group. There were 26 females and 3 males. The average age at the onset of symptoms was 16 (range 10–23 years). 5%). 5%), the onset of symptoms occurred spontaneously without injury. Surgery was performed after a mean of 24 months following onset of symptoms (range 2 months–11 years). 5%). Therefore, two populations were analyzed in this study: “patellar pain patients with PFM” (group I) and “patellar instability patients with PFM” (group II).
However, these are not two co-equal theories. Tissue homeostasis theory easily incorporates and properly assesses the clinical importance of possible factors of PFM, whereas the opposite is not true. In conclusion, I truly believe that both theories are not exclusive, but complementary. In my experience, a knee with PFM can exist happily within its envelope of function, but once it is out, for example by overuse, training error, patterns of faulty sports movements, or traumatism, it can be harder to get back within it, and realignment surgery could be necessary in very selected cases.