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    • Daphne Woodyatt

      Why does my knee pop? Another pinner says: "Linked to an article explaining the muscle tug of war that my doctor once told me I have, and a short time of physical therapy would fix. Article has multiple exercises for the knees so I can get into races again."

    • Jennifer Fairfield

      Balance in Motion, Santa Barbara Massage Therapy - knee popping

    • Art In Biology

      knee muscles

    • Tim Meredith

      Knee Pain Fixes

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