Knee Pain after Knee Surgery (ACL Reconstruction)

Andrew came to me 3 months ago frustrated and stuck in his life still having knee pain in his left knee 2 years after knee surgery (ACL Reconstruction Surgery). He did physical therapy but didn’t feel like it was getting him anywhere other than in more pain. He wanted something different that worked. Something based on results.

We spoke and he told me that he was always thinking about the knee pain every time he moved. No matter where he went or what he did. The more that he tried to strengthen his legs to get out of pain the more he was back in knee pain. It felt like a vicious cycle that was leading him nowhere.

Then we began working together in my 3 month coaching program. These were the results.

If you’re interested in having the same kind of results in 3 months then click on the following link:

“I WANT TO TALK WITH BILL & HAVE MY KNEE BETTER IN 3 MONTHS!”

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I had anthroscopic knee surgery on my left knee two yrs ago and got charged around $3000. The surgeon told me that I had torn cartilage on both knees after I had complained about locking, sharp pain, and soreness. I agreed to start with my left knee and have been feeling more discomfort on my left knee than on the one that didn’t have surgery. I like to go to the gym and workout pretty intense. I am in great shape for a 59 yr old man. I am also a retired Navy veteran who wants to stay active but… Read more »