Have you started to think about your New Year’s Resolutions for 2020? Or have you begun re-framing the resolutions you made last year that didn’t stick? If not, that’s ok!
If you’re anything like us around this time of year, you’ve probably been thinking about beginning a more active, healthy lifestyle. Perhaps you just need that push to start your journey to a healthier and happier life.
This time of year, we see more people suffering from knee pain. The reason why? Getting ready for Summer, people decide to become more active and take up activities such as running or walking for longer distances.
A patient came into the clinic last week limping due to knee pain and asked:
“I’ve had this knee pain for a few weeks now. I’m not sure what I’ve done to it, but I’ve tried taking medication and it just didn’t help. It seems that it only stops hurting when I sit down. Now I’m wearing a brace when I walk, but I can still feel the pain when I take the brace off. What else can I do to get rid of the pain?”
If you’re reading this, you might very well be asking yourself: “How do I get rid of my annoying knee pain?” This is a fairly commonplace question, as for those of us who suffer from knee pain it is usual to scour any source of information in order to find the answers we need just to stop the nagging, debilitating pain. The good news is, you’ve finally come to the right place… you’re not alone and there is help! In this post we look at why knee pain becomes a nagging pain, what the symptoms of knee pain are, and what can be done to alleviate the discomfort. It’s time to take action against knee pain once and for all. So, let’s dive in.
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