My Knee Pain…How Can You Possibly Help Me?

Beliefs are the biggest destroyer of dreams to eliminate chronic knee pain. Start working to deconstruct the beliefs that are keeping you in knee pain is the highest leverage thing you can do to eliminate your chronic knee pain forever…

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dr shailesh a shah
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i had osteochondritis 15 yrs back and reduced by shockwave therapy. now my wt is 85kg and my ht is5.8f.i have osteoarthritis making my life difficult.

Bruce Ravenhill
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Bruce Ravenhill

Hello Bill I had an arthroscopy on my right knee 7 years ago which helped for about five years. Since then discomfort, sometimes pain and always stiffness has been a problem. The left Knee is going the same way. I have problem because of the discomfort with walking any distance and my legs ache badly if I spend a lot of time standing. I walk with a funny gait. I have had some physio which does help but not much. I saw the consultant orthopedic surgeon three months ago who said I had no cartlidge on the inside of the… Read more »

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Bruce

Let’s setup a time to talk and figure out a strategy for you so you can get back to your life…Click on the following link to do so… https://www.thekneepainguru.com/appt/

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Bill

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Adrian

Thank you Bill for the video message. I had a complete left knee transplant on June 10, 2010. The result is much better than before the operation. However, I get pains around the knee cap area, the sides of the knee and behind the knee, side of the left thigh and behind the thigh. Besides I am not able to walk completely straight without the use of a walking stick. Question: What sort of exercises can I do to help improve the situation. I have physiotherapy once a week, and I am used to the walking stick since having a… Read more »

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Bill Parravano

Adrian

The first question that comes to mind is in regards to the knee that you’re talking about…You had a knee transplant on your left…I got that however is the knee that you are having problems with the left or the right?

Bill

Dawn Schofield
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Dawn Schofield

Hi Bill,
So true – what we focus on is what we become! If I focus on all the negatives I see around me I become a negative person – likewise, if I focus only on the pain in my knees I experience the pain more intensely! Thanks for the insight
Dawn

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shukri

Dear Mr. Bill ! First of all, I would like to thank you very much for You sincere, continuous concern and efforts in trying to help people allover the world coping with knee pain…. Your advices and recommendations are unquestionable, especially those regarding drinking enough water, definitely, not excluding any of the others. On the other hand, allow me Sir to bring to Your attention the fact;which I have recently read on a reliable medical website; is, drinking too much water may lead,ultimately, to the disturbance of the normal distribution of the electrolytes between the body compartments …. So, a… Read more »

Bill Parravano
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Bill Parravano

Shukri

You are absolutely correct…Drinking too much water can lead to an electrolyte imbalance in the body and excessive trips to the bathroom! When working with clients if found to be the case, and your body will let you know I suggest a batch of “Original Gatorade” to address this which helps to balance the imbalance that has been created by drinking too much water and/or sweating too much. What I have found it that most people are chronically dehydrated so beginning to drink more water is a good start…

Bill