10 Critical Steps to Achieving FULL Range of Motion AFTER ACL Reconstruction

10 Critical Steps to Achieving FULL Range of Motion AFTER ACL Reconstruction is the order of the day for anyone who has suffered an ACL tear and then surgery. Getting the knee to feel normal so you don’t feel so fatigued from the compensation the body takes on to protect it from getting injured further.

In this short video presentation, we will cover the 10 critical steps to achieving full range of motion after ACL reconstruction.

Show up with an open mind and any questions you have around your struggles since your knee surgery.

Bill Parravano (The Knee Pain Guru)

Bill Parravano is “The Knee Pain Guru” and has been called, “the best in the world at eliminating knee pain without drugs, shots or surgery.”

He brings over 26 years of martial art and bodywork experience understanding movement and tensions patterns that lead to physical pain.

Bill believes the nervous system is the key to the body’s healing, and bridges the gap between what we currently know and the infinite possibilities of what we don’t know the body is capable of. 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 you are.”

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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Marc

Hi Bill,

Stumbled on to your site while researching knee issues. Do you have any tips for recovery from patella tendon surgery? Im late 30s relatively fit, martial artist as well who tore my tendon completely. Its been 15 months post surgery and i don’t have full ROM yet (100 degrees approximately). Everything else (strength etc is going well).

Thank you,

Marc