Medical Sovereignty as Related to Knee Pain is part of a series sharing my journey to understanding the concept of medical sovereignty after my ACL reconstruction journey that began in December of 1998 during a skiing trip…
The role you assign your doctor in this healing process will determine the level of medical sovereignty you wish for yourself.
When to baby the leg with knee pain is a solid common-sense strategy to use especially when you’ve been suffering from chronic knee pain and you’ve been going to physical therapy while you’re not seeing any results. You can find yourself in a situation where another radically different approach is required in order to gain feel any improvement in your knee pain.
The ABCs after ACL Reconstruction will make a world of difference between you gaining full range of motion in the knee and feeling normal again OR a stiff, painful achy joint leading you down the path to a knee replacement surgery.
Is there really a way of increasing knee range of motion without force? I know the conventional medical model focuses on strengthening the legs and forcing the knee joint to be stretched in order to increase the range of motion in the knee and relieve pain. What happens though when you’re religiously committing to your […]