There is an inward bend, however it is mild and not severe enough to consider the diagnosis of knock knees. If there are no other symptoms around the knee joint(s), this should not be anything to worry about.
Hope this is helpful.
I have the exact same situation as described by Stephanie above; my knees and legs look exactly like hers. However...I have tons of knee pain!!! I also have pain in my feet (similar to plantar faciitis) and hip flexors. My knees hurt the most, though. I often felt this knee pain even as a child. (We called it "growing pains." Also, beginning at age 12 or so I would feel achey knee pain if I stood for a couple hours at a time.)
My knees are also hyper-extended.
Could you provide me with any info or recommendation of how to move forward in healing my knees (and feet and hip flexors too perhaps; I figure they are all related).
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