Is knee tendonitis a bar to entry?

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Patella tendonitis to be exact. Went to physio last year and I'm all recovered now. But I've also been to the physio about plantar fasciitis, achilles tendonitis, which I have all fully recovered from. A few weeks ago I went to the physio and he said I had medial tibial stress syndrome, which is science jargon for shin splints. Again, all recovered now. I'm worried about the knee thing being a bar to entry. I wish I hadn't complained to my physio about every little niggle but I like being proactive. Are any of these a permanent bar to entry and will they compound on their list of reasons not to wave you?

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None individually are a bar to entry, you may get made TMU , very likely, and information will be requested for the conditions, a 3 month training diary may also be required so log any and all physical activty.
 

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That's a relief to hear, as long as it's not perm. Thanks! Do individual injuries compound on their marking scheme?
 
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