The study is randomized and single-blinded. Ethical approval is taken from ethical committee of Riphah International University, Lahore. Participants who meet the inclusion criteria will be enrolled and allocated in group A & B through sealed envelope method by Non-probability Convenient random sampling technique. Subjects in Group A will receive the strength training only. Group B will receive the mindfulness-exercise in addition to the strength training protocol.
Lahore, Punjab 53700, Pakistan
Males and Female between the ages of 18 and 40 years, Report running ≥2 times per week for >45 minutes or a minimum weekly running distance of 10 km, Present a history of insidious onset of signs and symptoms of PFP in 1 or both knees that was unrelated to trauma for at least 3 months before assessment, score <85/100 on the Activities of Daily Living Scale and Sports related of the Knee Outcome Survey (KOS-ADLS)
Intra-articular condition, Coexisting lower limb injury, History of patellar dislocation or knee surgery, Osgood-Schlatter or Sinding- Larsen-Johansson syndrome
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The data will be analyzed by SPSS, version 25. Statistical significance is P=0.05.