Infrapatellar bursitis, also known as clergyman’s knee occurs due to the swelling and inflammation of the infrapatellar bursa located just below the kneecap (patella). It accounts for one of the 4 common forms of bursitis that a person may develop around the front of the knee.
Injury is often due to leaning on hard surfaces or sudden impact. Most people will commonly refer to Infrapatellar bursitis simply as knee bursitis To learn more about bursitis in the knee click the link below.
Disclaimer: The information on this page is intended for individuals who have been medically diagnosed with Infrapatellar bursitis. If you suspect that you have Infrapatellar bursitis then it is important to visit a qualified medical professional in order to rule out any other possible causes prior to considering any advice or treatment option.
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