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My right knee started aggravating me when doing various weightlifting movements, so the next step for me was to go to the doctor and they brought to my attention that I had a bipartite patella. I started doing PT work 3x a week to hopefully strengthen my hips & glutes and while training now I don’t have as much pain. Though, whenever I sit for prolonged times (20 min+) then my knee where the bipartite’s located starts aggravating me. I have heard of various surgeries to take out the fragment and have read that this can be a positive. Any suggestions?
I would say that i am in an organized sitting position: feet on the floor, knees at 90 degrees, hips under the rest of my body and sitting in an upright position. If I prop my leg up to be straight then it isn’t that noticeable, though I don’t always have that luxury.