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Dr. Schnee's Cold Laser Knee Program Provides Bone on Bone Knee Pain Relief for Severe Knee Pain Sufferer by Dr. Alexandra Schnee, D.C Posted Sat 12 Jun 2010 10:59pm "Before starting care my knee pain was very severe, all the time.   It was a burning, searing pain that was constant and    I could barely walk.   I couldn’t bend my leg.   I could hardly walk up stairs.   I took baby steps.   Getting up from a sitting position was very difficult.   I woke up all the time from the pain.   I tried cortisone shots. ... Read on »
Don't Neglect A Painful Knee Cap - Reduce Your Knee Pain by drbraceco Posted Sat 09 May 2009 6:56pm Do you want to learn about ways to help treat a painful knee cap? Whether you have this knee problem when you are walking, or running, or doing other activities, this essential information is for you. A painful patella can be due to chronic conditions or more acute problems such as a contusion.   A contusion is otherwise known as a bruise, ... Read on »
Osteoarthritis Knee Pain? New Study Reveals the Benefits of Cold Laser Therapy for Knee Pain Sufferers by Dr. Alexandra Schnee, D.C Posted Sat 12 Jun 2010 9:16pm Patients suffering with severe osteoarthritis knee pain will often try pain medications, knee injections, and even arthroscopic knee surgery just to get some relief.  Recently a  double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled study was conducted to find out whether cold laser therapy actually helps decrease knee pain in patients suffering with mode ... Read on »
Arthritis Knee Pain - 2 Simple Steps to Stop Arthritis Knee Pain - Without Medication Or Surgery by meital j. Posted Wed 11 Aug 2010 11:04pm Arthritis knee pain does not discriminate. It can strike anyone, anywhere and at any age. The awful pain and discomfort caused by arthritis is hard to describe to someone who hasn't experienced it: The stiffness, the burning, the inflammation and swelling, the constant creaking and popping, the pain when you stand and walk - Words are not ... Read on »
KNEE PAIN!?!?! WHAT KNEE PAIN??? by Amy T. Patient Expert Posted Fri 21 Nov 2008 4:48pm I ran 2 miles last night with Tim the Paramedic just to see how the knee was going to feel. AND IT FELT GREAT! I guess it's just a really bad bruise (still a little black and blue) and only hurts to touch but walking, bending, running, going up stairs, lunges...none of it gives me a bit of trouble. My pride still aches a little from ... Read on »
Running does not cause knee pain - faulty posture causes knee pain by Matt Whitehead Posted Wed 10 Mar 2010 3:24pm I love research. Through research we have learned so many great things about the human body – how it works and what effects it in positive and negative ways. But research also comes to a lot of incorrect conclusions, leading experts around the world to preach false information which the media loves to pick up and spread like a virus. Egoscue San ... Read on »
Knee Pain? Leg Pain? Perhaps it Is Your Hammies! by Kathy .. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 30 Sep 2009 10:05pm During Disney marathon last year, I was running along happily enjoying the sites of Animal Kingdom when BAM! A shot of pain in my knee put me down, literally. I had to hobble the remaining six miles to the finish line afterwards, and I did so with tears in my eyes. Believe me, when you train and train and train and then get injured on race day ... Read on »
Knee and Hip Replacement Pain: A New Approach to Pain Management by MedNews Patient Expert Posted Thu 11 Feb 2010 6:42pm Patients undergoing knee or hip replacements recover more quickly when treated with targeted pain-blocking medications that may eliminate the need for general anesthesia during surgery and intravenous narcotics drugs after surgery. A decade a ... Read on »
Knee Pain Go Away. Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (PFPS) by Dr. Marybeth Crane Facebook Posted Mon 03 Oct 2011 9:31am Stop trying to convince yourself knee pain is a normal part of running. That aching pain just means I am working hard, right? Everyone’s knees hurt after sitting for long periods of time, I think? Knee pain when running hills or squatting is normal? That deep ache you feel deep inside of your knee could be caused by a condition called pa ... Read on »
Knee and Hip Replacement Pain: A New Approach to Pain Management by MedNews Patient Expert Posted Mon 29 Nov 1999 4:00pm Patients undergoing knee or hip replacements recover more quickly when treated with targeted pain-blocking medications that may eliminate the need for general anesthesia during surgery and intravenous narcotics drugs after surgery. A decade ago, patients undergoing hip or knee replacements were almost exclusively given general an ... Read on »