Knee Pain Treatment Manual

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Knee Pain Treatment Manual

People overall are experiencing knee pain, most commonly caused by arthritis, in people as young as their 30's when at one time, this was associated mainly in the elderly. Weight bearing movement, which means repeated pounding on the knee with forces up to four to five times your body weight, is the most common reason for knee stress and pain. Over the years, this takes its toll in wear and tear on the knees. Exercise is vital - and in today's society necessary - to those who wish to avoid health problems such as diabetes, heart conditions and low blood pressure to name just a few. Therefore, it is imperative to learn how to avoid injury to your knees while still getting necessary exercise in your life.

Exercise is essential in today's society where technology and modern conveniences no longer require much physical exertion in many instances. As a result, society as a whole has become too sedentary. Being sedentary is more dangerous than smoking a pack of cigarettes a day and overall, the risk is even greater in those who do not exercise.

A key factor is to not take your knee for granted and learn how to do exercises properly. Poor positioning of an exercise can do extensive damage to your knees. Always give special attention to the description of any specific exercise to avoid misalignment and strain to your knees. Proper exercise for the knee is imperative - grab this simple yet very helpful manual, complete with pictures and quick, easy to understand procedures. We're giving it to you for nothing...

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Use your head to save those knees! Here are ten tips to avoid injury -- follow these and do the exercises in the manual and you should enjoy good knee-health for the rest of your life!


Man with pain in the knee joint
  1. Stay strong -- this is what the manual will teach you how to do using the quadriceps muscles to ease stress on the knee joint.
  2. Mix up your exercise routines i.e., practice cross training, which implements a variety of activities.
  3. Stay active.
  4. Avoid risky activities, especially if you have had a previous knee injury.
  5. Lose weight because excess weight accelerates existing osteoarthritis due to extra pressure on the knees. Example:  If you lose just two pounds, the knee senses less force and "thinks" you have lost ten pounds!
  6. Always wear good, quality shoes. Walking and running shoes should be changed after 500 miles of use, or in six to nine months.
  7. Learn proper techniques (as previously mentioned) in all your exercises and activities.
  8. If you have pre-existing knee problems, seek a professional for a customized workout most beneficial to your specific needs.
  9. Add activities and new exercises cautiously. Be sure a movement is gentle on the knee.
  10. Rest. Sometimes rest is the best thing we can do for our knees. Judge this by the way your knee is feeling. If you've been participating in regular exercise for some time, give it a rest for a day.

Please note:  If you have any serious knee conditions, consult a medical professional immediately. This manual is for those experiencing annoying, every day knee pain commonly caused by typical, daily activities - or lack of activity.

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