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Bad foot posture, dropping the inside ankle, will throw the leg/thigh alignment out. When you are no longer ‘in column’ it puts stresses on the knee. Put your forefinger on your knee pointing straight down and watch where it points when you raise your instep and inner ankle. Your weight should be equally distributed between the ball of the big toe, center of the heel, and the entire outer edge of the foot. I had a back injury and the pain caused me to go flat-footed and my knees began to hurt. I found a chiropractor who spotted the problem, did a foot adjustment and had me be conscious of proper foot posture. The pain was gone in weeks and years later has not returned.
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