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KNEE PAIN: THE CAUSE & THE SOLUTION | RELIEVE KNEE PAIN IN 60 SECONDS | PRACTICE NEWS
“Put The Pedal To The Metal Without Fear Of Pain!” DISCOVER HOW TO MAKE KNEELING & BENDING EASY AGAIN
Why is knee pain so complicated, anyway? Each of your knees are not only the largest joints in your body but are comprised of two crucial connecting systems -- the first acting as a “hinge” between the thigh bone and the lower leg, and the other joining your thigh bone and kneecap. In fact, the way your knee joints are put together allows them to move in several directions in rapid succession. That means that the vast majority of functions you need to perform each day (whether it’s getting out of bed, bending down to empty the dishwasher, crouching to tie your shoe, or simply going upstairs) are only possible when your knees can perform their full range of motion. Consider just one example of the interconnected functions of the knee joint. Your patella (kneecap) is designed to glide up and down within the thigh bone groove. If even a minor injury prevents that from happening, the resulting friction causes a buildup of debris, leading to inflammation, pain and crucial loss of function. Call us today to speak with your physical therapist, or come on in for a free consultation.
PATIENT SUCCESS SPOTLIGHTS I came in with a cane and left without it! “I came to Back to Action to get therapy on my knee. I came in with a cane and left without it. I felt very good at the end of my therapy. My knees are stronger and I thank the staff for treating me very well.” - Guadalupe L.
Look inside to learn more about our programs to say goodbye to aches and pains and return to a pain-free, active lifestyle! www.back-to-action.com to say that person was wrong. I had a good surgeon and incredible physical therapy. Back to Action worked me hard and some days I left saying to myself I would not go back for more but I always did. I am 70 years old and I can now stand/walk on my tip toes. I am back to going on ten mile bike rides. I am very happy with Back to Action.” - Jim S. I can now stand/walk on my tip toes! “After being told that I was too old for Achilles surgery and even if I found a surgeon, I would not heal well from it. I am herewww.back-to-action.com
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