Do you have the courage to eliminate chronic knee pain?
Many people say they want to eliminate chronic knee pain but many people lack the courage to actually do what it takes to eliminate chronic knee pain.
In today’s video we will go over difficult truths which need to be acknowledged in order to be successful and get relief in your knee.
Here are the questions answered today:
Thank you for taking the time to forward a copy of this email.
Hopefully I’m replying to you and this is not an auto-reply. I’m sure you can understand my trepidation at paying money up front for a plan that I’m not sure is for me.
I understand you have a thirty (30) day return policy. I wish you worked in Gainesville l, FL so I could work with you in person.
The internet can be a great source of information and at the same time receive not so good outcomes.
Having said that I find myself coming back to your videos and website because I am experiencing the very frustrating situations you describe in your you-tube videos.
However, I am fearful of spending money on or to anyone before I explain my injury.
I do not suffer from pain, no TKA and no knee replacement. Therefore I’m not sure you would work with me.
I had a lateral tibia fracture and fibia fracture which healed on their own with no surgical intervention (long story), however the fractures are healed and I’m left with a compressed lateral tibial condition.
The orthopedic surgeon indicated not recommending surgery which I would not do anyway but instead physical therapy and increase ROM.
There is nothing in my knee that would impede regaining ROM and I have asked the surgeon to confirm that so in my mind I feel more comfortable enduring the exercises the PT is having me perform.
Now I have reached a semi plateau at AROM 101 degrees and PROM 106 degrees in the 10 weeks working with my PT person. That is a 50+ degrees improvement in 10 weeks.
My PT person so very eloquently advised me, while working on another patient that I only have 10 more sessions until my insurance runs out and my choices are going to a gym, setting up a home gym and continue visits with him one time/week for the next 10 weeks.
My conundrum is do I want to continue with this type of PT where I fell major anxiety over going to these sessions due to the pain of them and working with an intern he sticks me with two days per week.
I have gotten stronger and increased my stability but I feel as if my PT person had just simply decided that I’m not going to ever get past 101 or 110 degrees AROM.
I’m aware that your program is a self-accountability program and I have no problem with that.
I am very motivated to work hard to reach a more advanced AROM to hopefully 120 degrees or more so I can go back to at least walking for exercise and doing my spin cycle classes.
Im in the process of losing weight and ha lost 32 pounds since the DOA. So that’s my predicament.
Please take the information if you want and if this is a situation you can work with and achieve some kind of success I’d love your feedback.
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3.) Join “Knee Club” here: https://www.thekneepainguru.com/lp/knee-club-2020/
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