"Movement is a medicine for creating change in a person's physical, emotional, and mental states." -- Carol Welch. Patellofemoral pain syndrome is a common condition seen in orthopedics and sports medicine practice. Many contributing factors have been suggested as a possible cause of patellofemoral pain, including an increased Q angle, patella alta, abnormal or excessive foot pronation, quadriceps femoris (vastus medialis) muscle weakness, diminished flexibility of the hamstring and rectus femoris muscles, malalignment of the femur, and weakness of the hip. This study will help Sports Physiotherapists in dealing with patients with patellofemoral pain syndrome and also will get recent updates about the same.