OK?So this is my problem.
I have an externally rotated right leg. When my knee is pointed straight forward my foot is rotated outward approximately 45-60 degrees. My left leg is also externally rotated but to a much lesser degree. It is a defect that I have had since birth. I have always had problems with squats from knee pain, normally coming from the inside portion of my knee right across the inside corner of the patella. I am able to deadlift without any pain but pain comes and goes with squats. My question is this should I just give up on squats and go to leg presses or is there something else I can start working on to strengthen the knee.