Do you have or have you ever suffered with knee pain? This is an important article that could make the world of difference to you.
“Most people treat the symptoms of knee pain rather than the cause, this can lead to hip pain and lower back pain”
If knee pain is ignored and not treated it can lead to muscles, ligaments and tendons constantly pulling and tearing, which will cause pain and can lead to permanent damage. In worst case scenarios this can lead to:
and irreversible degeneration of the knee
When you see and expert, someone who lives and breaths treating knee pain everyday, someone who only treats from the hips down, you will finally be in the right hands so that you can get rapid, lasting relief of pain and get back to loving life and doing all the activities that make you happy.
If you get an expert to find the root cause of your problem and treat that you could start:
Doing the activities you love
Be pain free
Hip to Toe believes in getting people out of orthotics, out of pain and away from surgery. We find the root cause of the problem by realigning the joints in the knees, hips and feet getting the body back into the position it should be in. If you treat the symptom you will never get rid of the problem.
“If your car tyres are wearing unevenly and you just replace the tyres without checking the alignment, What will happen?”
If you’ve ever wanted to get away from knee pain then keep reading, these next three tips are golden and just might change your life;
Do you walk around the house (on tiles or laminate floors) without shoes? Our bodies aren’t meant to walk on concrete make sure you put shoes on around the house
Elevate your leg, put ice on it and use compression
Check your running shoes, how do your shock observers look……….. it might be time to buy a new pair
If any of this relates to you then you’ll be glad to learn that we have developed our ‘Knee Pain Report’ it goes into more detail about what is causing your pain and how you can treat it.
Simply fill out your details below and I will send you the ‘Knee Pain Report’.