Arthroscopic Knee Surgery: Client Drew

Drew (35 y/o) had Arthroscopic knee surgery in June this year, we started working on his knee pain relief strategy in September. This interview took place 3 1/2 months later. I recorded this without him knowing about it.* I really wanted to get into what was going on for him before we started working together… […]

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3 Knee Surgeries – 51 y/o Master’s Track Athlete (Rick Pruett)

After 3 knee surgeries (2 ACL & 1 meniscus) 51 y/o competitive boxer, Nationally ranked Giant slalom skiier, and college football athlete Rick Pruett had to find a better way to heal his knee pain. Rick sufferes from numerous injuries including 2 ACL reconstructions on his right knee and a meniscus surgery on his left. He […]

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Meniscus Tear Treatment, A Holistic Approach

While most people think that the answer to a torn meniscus is surgery, a lot of the time arthroscopic surgery may not be necessary. Surprisingly enough, our bodies have the capability to repair torn cartilage if you have suffered an injury to the knee. The first step in attempting to repair a meniscus tear is…

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Meniscus Tear Treatment Options

Meniscus tears are often the very painful result of certain sports injuries. You may have read about how just last March, Jeremy Lin of the New York Knicks was out for six weeks after a minor tear to his meniscus. While you have probably heard of this type of knee pain as a result of basketball, football or even skiing injuries, a torn meniscus can be the result of…

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