Episode 16 – Knee Pain Weekly Podcast

In Episode 16 of my teleseminar series I answer your knee pain questions.  In this episode I will cover topics like:

– I have pain and swelling in the back of my knee, what can I do?

– I am 63 and have little cartilage, is knee replacement surgery inevitable?

– I injured my  knee ligament, it hurts when I touch or stretch, what should I do?

– My knees sound like breaking glass, the fluid is all dried up and cartilage worn, what options do I have?

– I sprained my knee running, how can I strengthen my knee joint to prepare for my Army training?

4 comments on “Episode 16 – Knee Pain Weekly Podcast

  1. Interesting. I had progress to hardly no knee pain except when I feel tight from some activity such as horseshoes. Stairs going down is still slow and the right knee feels tight but I use the handrail for support and work my way through the stiffness. The knee then will be sore. I can wall squat about 1/2 of the way down. I had arthoscopic wurgery in both knees. The knees really hurt doing the e-book exercises at first but the exercises still cause some soreness at knee joint. I will try the virtual clinic next. Is there anything exercise specific for the stairs? Running?

  2. Mike – Thanks for the question…In order for your knees to hurt there is something out of balance in your body. Think of a bicycle wheel, just one or two spokes get a little tighter or looser than the others and the wheel will begin to wobble. Same thing with your body…you need to strengthen what’s loose (which you are doing) and then you need to loosen what’s tight. You can find all the videos to show you exactly how to do this in “The Stretching Lounge” underneath the Passive Stretching section. These will show you exactly how to loosen what is tight to bring your knees back into balance to get rid of the pain up/down stairs and running…Great Work!

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