Hey folks, been a while since I posted in S&P. Not sure if Carnal or Jarfi still post over here but if so glad to see you guys are still around. Heres my problem, I started having really bad knee pains a couple years ago and just assumed it was arthritis or something and tried to work through it. Last year I decided enough is enough and went to the doc. The Dr took some xrays and told me that i have a patella tracking disorder which essentially means that when my leg bends my kneecap slides off to the side. This in turn causes my knee to wear down my cartilage. I got sent over to do some rehab work on my knee which worked out pretty good, it was just a lot of stretching and some shocking of the muscles. It seemed to relieve the pain. They said that my leg was too weak on one side, which would be on the inside of my thight. I was wondering how I go about strengthening this part? I was forbidden from heavy squats and all the other fun stuff and was told to focus on just 10-20lbs workouts until I can go 6 months without my knee clicking. I still can't go the 6 months without it clicking, actually it clicked not even 3 days ago. Any help at all on this would be appreciated.