Runner's Knee, also known as Patello femoral Pain Syndrome, is pain and irritation that occurs where the kneecap (patella) and thigh bone connect. Pain strikes behind, around, or in the center of the kneecap because these two bones rub against each other and damage the cartilage. For each runner, the intensity and duration of the pain varies, but it can be chronic and very sharp. Doctors find that in most instances the cause is due to tight hamstrings and weak quadriceps that fail to provide proper support for the patella. Other causes include: prior trauma to the knee, foot issues, or skeletal misalignment. With proper care, you can recover from Runner’s Knee pain. Provided is a list of tips that can successfully aid you in your recovery.