In addition to the causes of improper posture and congenital bone structure, women are more susceptible to thigh dislocations due to crooked knees coming out than men.
Dislocation of the thigh tea can be accompanied by other lesions such as rupture of the inner thigh tea ligament attachment point, contraction of the outer joint, tearing of the ligaments…
So, in the event that physiotherapeutic treatment fails, the doctor will reassess the lesion in the femoral tea structure and conduct surgeries.
In the most serious cases, including problems such as a large Q angle, a rotating femoral axis, a rotated tibia shaft, then the doctor will coordinate all 3 methods such as chiseling the axial bone for the inner rotating femoral axis.
Reconstructing the inner femoral ligament to create stability inside the knee joint, turbidity removes the tibia convex attachment point inward to form the best path for the patella on the femoral protrusion whenever the person is active.