How To Take The Pressure Off Of The Nerves In Your Knee To Relieve Your Chronic Knee Pain…

Today we cover some real tangible understanding of how to begin to take your knee to a place to take the pressure off of the nerves in your knee thus creating instant knee pain relief.

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I’ve had bilateral hip replacements which were successful. Last week at the YMCA, I went up a steep hill and for two days, my back and legs were painful but not to the degree when I went shopping after the gym, pulled out a shopping cart and felt a sharp pain in my right buttock. Now the pain usually starts off in the front of my right knee (old injury here) and then it starts in my buttock. Has been very debilitating and I have been resting it. Was diagnosed with OA in my L5-S1 spine 20 years ago. Tried… Read more »

jeanne b adwani
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jeanne b adwani

Easier counter clockwise.
Thank you

Bindiya
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Bindiya

Dear sir

Please can you share the link of the free video or report

I will be very grateful

Am having pain and didn’t see the right video you posted

Kind regards

jacquie
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jacquie

Hi, I’m waiting for a full left hip replacement at the end if July, I already have had the right one replaced. This time it has happened very quickly and am experiencing severe referred nerve pain in my left knee…it started at the front on the left side if the knee and us now also at the front on the right, it is like the worst ever toothache, that I an struggling to cope with, drugs don’t seem to helopp, acupuncture provides some short lived relief, physio less so.. I can’t sit and relax or lay and sleep as the… Read more »

David Bowness
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David Bowness

Hi
my physio diagnosed the pain in my inner knee as tweaking the meniscus which was a mild ache. He gave me exercises for my knee and hips…today the pain is the worse it has been, like a nerve pain, like severe toothache, throbbing etc Mostly when the knee is bent. I tried what you have said and the pain has eased significantly…strange!!!! I will see how I get on during the day !!
I am a 52 years old male from uk into cycling and running the mountains!!

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Hi David!

Thank you for your message.

I’m happy to hear that you are feeling better! If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to us at customerservice@thekneepainguru.com

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Carrie
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Carrie

One directin, counter clockwise took pressure off my hip. Interesting.

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Hi Carrie,

Thank you for your feedback! Keep us posted on your journey!

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Dean White
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Dean White

Hi, I have had a total knee replacement two years ago and have a lot of lower leg pain. I tried the rotation of the knee there was more movement anti clockwise but when doing this I get more pins and needles in the front of my leg can you please advise.

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Dean White

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Dean,

Thank you so much for reaching out to us about what your experiencing. To better assist you, I have contacted you directly at the email provided. Again, thank you again for reaching out and I look forward to hearing from you soon.

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aya osseiran
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aya osseiran

Hey Bill, when i rotated it both clockwise and anticlockwise it hurted me. it turned more anticlockwise

Susana
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Susana

Thank you Bill!, way to go!

I felt pain the first time going clockwise, no problem the other way, and no problem or pain on repetitions to left or right.

We will dicover and calm then relief that pain. Thank you again!

Beryl Johnson
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Beryl Johnson

Hi Bill, my left knee (worde one) rotated more counterclockwise and I felt a little pain on the ‘inner’ side of my knee. Mr right knee rotated the same – with no pain. It actually hrt my fingers and wrists more than anything else! Rgds Beryl

Patricia Patterson
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Patricia Patterson

Thank you for the video Bill.
I have received a lot of help from your videos in the Stretching Lounge of the Virtual Clinic.
You are right there showing how the stretches are done, and I find that very helpful.
I found on doing the video above, that going clockwise gave relief from pain.
Thanks,
Patricia

Dawn Schofield
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Dawn Schofield

Hi Bill,
Thanks for the video. I have tried it and both my knees move more easily in a clockwise direction. I am quite surprised as I expected them to be different! After doing the exercise my right knee on the outside is more painful. I am finding your information in the Virtual Clinic very helpful – so much to learn and to apply. Thanks for all that you do – I am confident that I shall be completely pain free and able to get back to the things I enjoy.
Regards
Dawn

om
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om

Thanks for giving demonstration how to do physiotherapy at home. How much time one should spend in doing this exercise daily?Looking forward for more information .

Harry
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Harry

Hi Bill. I have seen this exercise before in one of your videos. I will try it again, more diligently this time! Thanks for the videos you post and I hope to one day rid myself of this “life sucking” problem that osteoarthritis of my knees has become! Look forwards to your next video.

Devinder
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Devinder

I felt better after anticlock wise move.

Gustavo
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Gustavo

Hello Bill! as always you have incredible and revealing information…the thing with the nervous system is just mindbogglin´, i´ve started to understand all about the tension patterns and how our body goes into the stressed state…thanks a lot for the education, OH! and i wanted to share with you this story that came up today:

http://bit.ly/inof5P

Hope that you can comment on your next podcast about that, it seems too many basketball stars have been diagnosed with that condition (Allen Iverson other one i can remember, saw his career ending too soon):

Have a great weekend Bill!

Iben Maria from denmark
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Iben Maria from denmark

Dear Adminal Bill LOL What I find mostly attractive and love about you and your giving help from your heart is , the out of the box-thinking , thatIi find ruin and disiturb anyone with pain, anywhere doctors that are singlemindes are only singleminded , because there are closed to help and get a godd wage by the medical compagnies What came to my mind clockwise. it was hurting in my neck, like a sting antoclocwise , the inflamation in my left knee, and what you said about standing on my legs in a worild , giving space to my… Read more »

E.G.P.SAMUEL
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E.G.P.SAMUEL

HELLO KNEE PAIN GURU !

THANKS A LOT FOR YOUR INFORMATION REGARDING EXERCISE 01TO
REDUCE NERVE PEESSURE ON MY KNEE. DOCTORS IN U.K ANDiNDIA ADVISED ME TO UNDERGO THREE OPERATION AND THEY DID NOT GURANTEE100 % SUCCESS AFTER THE OPERATION. AT PRESESENT
I AM TAKING SIDDA AURVEDIC TREATMENT.
NOW IAM FOLLOWING YOUR EXERCIXE NO 01 AND FEEL LITTLE BETTER.I WILL
TRY THE EXERCISE SOME TIME AND LET YOU THE RESULT.KINDLY LET ME
KNOW EXERCISE NO 2 THAT I HAVE TO FOLLOW.

WITH KIND REGARDS,

E.G.P.SAMUEL (SRI LANKA)

KayM
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KayM

Hi Bill~I’ve been doing this turning of my leg since I first saw you do it months ago and going counter-clockwise on both my legs really helps. The other great body positioning technique is finding the comfort spot when standing – on the inside or outside of the foot. I’m also trying to drink more water. I still have not begun the Surgery Free Knee Replacement program in earnest, but I have been exercising the the pool every day warm enough to get into the water. And thanks for your encouraging tweets! (ernie3cadie)