Kinect PT: A Telltale Symptom Of Arthritis

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“Stretch As If You Never Had Knee Pain!” A TELLTALE SYMPTOM OF ARTHRITIS

Have you noticed in recent years that your knees seem to be getting bigger? Is this correlated with more popping, grinding or even pain when you bend, squat or kneel? This can be a sign of advancing stages of arthritis. The knees have two main fat pads, which reside just above and below the kneecap. These help to cushion the knee and assist with lubricating fluid flow around the joint. With arthritis, inflammation in the joint causes the fat pads to gradually thicken, choking the joint fluid flow. This leads to a vicious cycle of decreased lubrication, more wear, pain, and swelling. (continued inside)

Inside: • A Telltale Symptom Of Arthritis

• Outstanding Patient Results

• Practice News

• 6 Simple Steps To Make Your Knees Feel Great

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