This course has 10 learning units and focuses on case scenarios of patients presenting with knee pain. This course includes examples of history-taking and physical examination findings, clinical reasoning, considerations for red flags and examination videos. Participants are asked to reflect on the material and judge whether the main elements of history-taking and physical examination have been adequately investigated. Each unit concludes with a discussion highlighting the essential components of the patient’s disorder. Participants are required to complete multiple-choice quizzes to demonstrate competence in the topics.