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…
I believe Jason has lots of valuable information here to share regarding knee pain. I also think in addition to what Jason is sharing it would also be beneficial to breath when you get to those “hot spots” that he is talking about. The breathing would be in through your nose and out through your […]
Hi Everyone, I just got off of a website of a Dr. D. H. Huddleston and was a little disheartened to see the options an arthritis sufferer has for treating their knee pain without surgery. The Hip & Knee Institute No where did it mention how a person could actually improve their knee pain except […]
Most of the time when the knee is discussed there is only talk about how the knee bends and straightens. However, there are very tiny and subtle movements that take place in the knee on a daily basis.
On Mon, Aug 4, 2008 at 2:22 PM, <c> wrote: Dear Bill, I do not have any knee pain until I squat. I cannot kneel all the way down. I am 62 and in pretty good general health otherwise. I ride bikes, walk, do yoga