This article goes into depth on the importance of breathing for complete knee pain recovery. It talks about how to actively ‘override’ the tension in your nervous system through breathing to relax the tension in your knees as well as the rest of your body. The end result allows you to control the amount of pain, tension, and discomfort in your knees to deal with chronic knee pain…
It is important to incorporate both an active and passive stretching program in order to achieve a full recovery from chronic knee pain. Without looking at both types of stretching then your body is less likely to be well adapted to recovery from your existing knee injury as well as prevent any further knee injuries down the road.
Your exercises must start to build “practical” or “dynamic” strength in your knees for your body to feel as it did before your knee injury.
“The 5 Essential Components To Your Knee Pain Recovery Program” by Bill Parravano This is the second article in the series, “The 5 Essential Components To Your Knee Pain Recovery Program.” None of what I am going to share with you today is to be taken as medical advice. This approach is what I used […]
The Knee Pain – Water Correlation By Bill Parravano None of what I am going to share with you today is to be taken as medical advice. This approach is what I used to get myself out of knee pain that I learned over the past 10 years or so. These are truths as I […]