A SPECIAL Pain-Pattern Interrupt for your Knees

“Pain-Pattern Interrupts” Used on a Consistent and Regular Basis are Key to Eliminating Chronic Knee Pain

…and the first of 3 steps we will cover on our call together…

Work with this “Pain-Pattern Interrupt” several times between now and the time of our call in a couple of days…

Make sure to write down what you notice and any questions you have around working with this “Pain-Pattern Interrupt” before the call.

How you do anything is how you do everything and if you’re serious about eliminating your knee pain then follow what is demonstrated in the video and be prepared at the time of our call…

Click on the video to see a faster, simpler and much less painful way to eliminate knee pain:

Bill is “The Knee Pain Guru” and The Best in the World at Eliminating Knee Pain without Drugs, Shots or Surgery.”

He has over 26 years of martial art and body work experience understanding movement and tensions patterns that lead to physical pain.

Bill’s believes the nervous system is the key to the body’s healing and the bridges the gap between what we currently know and the infinite possibilities of what we don’t know yet how the body can heal itself. Coupled with comfort this combination creates the shortest distance between a life riddled with pain to a physical life fully mobile and self expressed.

“You can’t think your way out of pain. Pain is not rational and doesn’t care what you think. You must feel your way out of pain through comfort. Through the weeks, months and years of injury and compensation patterns built up in your body limiting your movement and making you feel older than your years.”

His unique ability of identifying the blocks that keep people stuck in pain and skillfully removing them allows for lasting change and a new reality for his clients…

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peter ferry

hi Bill we have a call on Friday 17th here is my history. Oct 2018 I had total right knee replacement, much Physiotherapy &Exercise followed, Feb 2019 I had an manipulation but I still only had 50% flex of movement, more Physio & exercise, In for another manipulation end June but I still only have 50% flex or bend in my knee. Thanks Peter


I have an appointment with you on Friday and am looking forward to seeing you. i was unable to watch the pain interrupt. It said it was disabled by the video owner? I am 57, I have bone on bone left knee, torn miniscus, torn lateral with lots of swelling laterally. I also have a bone bruise, osteoarthritis and some patellar issues as well. My pain level most days is about 7. I don’t take anti inflammatory drugs but I do take curcumin, botswellia and fish oil. I also follow a strict anti inflammatory diet. In the past I fasted… Read more »


I got it! Thanks so much.

Peter Spaan

Hi Bill, i have a scheduled meet on skype with you 23 12 19 AWST. Just some background. I have practised martial arts for 35 plus years. 6 months ago my knee was fine without problems. One jumping twisting movement left me in some knee pain, which over a few days got progressively worse. According to the surgeon it was old injuries waiting to manifest. Now according to MRI scan i have complete tear of ACL, horizontal & radial medial meniscus tears, medial compartment osteoarthritis with extensive subcortical scierosis and marrow oedema (wtf) plus a grand old bakers cyst. Now…after… Read more »

Karen Wilson

Bill, we have an appointment for next Tuesday, the 12th of December. I wanted to give you some background on my knee issues. About 7 years ago, I broke my left knee cap (horizontally)- surgery and 3 screws inserted, cast for 6 weeks, then another surgery to remove the adhesions that were preventing my knee from bending over 45 degrees. Physical therapy, 1 month on a passive motion machine (6-8 hours/day). About 3 years later, tibial plateau fracture of the left leg. Non weight bearing for 4 weeks, then worked up to total weight bearing, about 6 weeks altogether. My… Read more »


What was the outcome? I have a similar situation – distal patella realignment in 1988- torn meniscus 2x’s. Loads of scar tissue and limited range of motion. Arthritis- close to bone on bone. Pain, discomfort- but my chief complaint is did lack of range of motion. Not being able to squat down- kneel- etc has really got me done. I’m 50 and say to young to be so limited

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