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Why is it not seen on the knees before being recruited in the military?

Before being recruited in the military, it is seen whether they are on their knees or not. But many are curious, what is the problem with knee-to-knee match?

If the distance between the two ankles is three inches or more after bringing the two knees together, then it is quite a problem. Knee-to-knee condition is called knock-niz or genu valgam.

When a child or an adult kneels together and stands up straight, with his legs and ankles apart, the condition is knocked.

In the case of recruitment in the military, the issue is given a lot of importance, that is, if there is a problem, it is left out at the very beginning.

Going to take military training is supposed to cause a lot of stress on the body. You have to run a few miles every day during training. Running with the knee problem mentioned is quite a hassle. There may be a possibility of falling to the knees. It is quite normal to get a knee injury due to structural problems even if you do not fall.

From here big problems can be created in the legs. These include arthritis, knee ligament problems, cartilage problems in the knee, etc.

In short, the knees will not be able to cope with the stress of training with a problem called ‘knock-own’. So if there is a problem, it is left out at the very beginning.

Knock-ups are usually performed by measuring the angle of the shin bone with the femur or by measuring the distance between the ankles. Sometimes pictures or X-rays may be taken to calculate this angle.

Knock knees are a common condition in children and this condition gets better as many children get older. This is often the case until the age of two or three. This is called physiological knock-ni. Generally, the legs become straight after the child reaches the age of seven or eight.

However, in adults, the knock-on is much less, if it is pathological knock-own. Thus pathological knock may be an early symptom of an underlying disease of the knee.

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