16 comments on “How To Overcome Bone On Bone Knee Pain

  1. hello Bill

    Yesterday I decided to take my knee problems seriously. I was getting progressively worse. I found you on Youtube. You re so generous with your information. I am 50% better even in 24 hours after watching you. If you have time, we could talk. I cured myself of several other serious ailments, and I would be willing to give you a testimonial if my knees get completely fixed.
    604 856 8910
    Marg from Vancouver canada

  2. Hi Bill I am using a walking stick in my left hand as my right leg is bone on bone, this does not really make a difference and someone suggested I had my shoes built up to change the angle of leg, will this help? I have bought a bicycle but find it is fine while I am cycling but very painful when I go to bed, the outside muscle on my right leg goes into a spasm ilke a vice grip. My L5 disk is wedged forward and I can’t really swim anymore. Any suggestions and our house is on 3 levels 30 stairs going up is ok it is walking down that gets to both my legs. ( My left leg is not bone on bone yet. I am suppose to have “partial “knee replacement in October 2011.

    • Hi May

      Not sure if the shoes being built up will help…give it a try and let me know how it goes…

      There are many factors that go into the experience of you having knee pain. The best thing would be for us to get on a call and figure out a strategy for you…

      If you are serious about having that conversation then go to the following link and fill out all the information for a FREE “Knee Freedom Strategy Session” – http://www.on2url.com/app/adtrack.asp?MerchantID=143560&AdID=553280

      Talk soon,

  3. Hi Bill
    Strained my groin about 6 months ago. Since then I have had pain in my knee and down my shin. After visiting a physiotherapist, who said I had damaged my leg , through not walking properly. ( leg turning in ). I am doing the excercises and straightening my leg when walking, with the help of a walking stick. It’s still pretty sore at times and don’t know what to do next. Groin pain has almost gone
    Hope you can help, Bill

  4. Bill,
    Did I submit what needed to get started? I would like a phone visit. I did submit the $97. Still very new at computers and email. I am 64 and would like avoid knee s. looking forward to trying this.

    Thank you
    Jim Edwards

  5. I am having hyalagen injections due to bone on bone……looking for more as doctor is hinting at knee surgery

  6. I am a 74 yr. old female. I had an episode of falling onto my knees several times. I, suddenly, began to experience horrific pain in my left knee. My knee was red, hot and swollen. An xray was done. I was told that I had bone on bone arthritis of the left knee. I went to a ortho man. He gave me one cortisone shot, about 6 weeks ago. I wore a knee brace for a while. Right now I am experiencing absolutely no pain. I have to ask, did I injure my knee by repeated falling or do I really have bone on bone arthritis. I have and still am quite active. Would the xray show bone on bone arthritis if I had injured my knee?

    • Dolores – The xrays showed what they did and bone on bone seems to be what you’re dealing with. Based on that information, how would you like me to help you. The situation won’t resolve itself unless you begin to do something differently because what you’re looking at in the near future is a knee replacement surgery if you don’t change.

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