What makes what I do different? My approach gets to the fundamental issue that is keeping you from the pain-free, active lifestyle you want.
Every approach out there is aimed at the pain, the spot that’s breaking down. Or at a few “weak” or tight muscles that supposedly need to do a better job. Or, even worse, blaming your weight.
These approaches give temporary relief. They’re even quite good at that part...for a while.
The trouble with it all is this: The spot that hurts isn’t the problem! The spot that hurts is being overwhelmed by distorted and restricted tissues around it. Those weak or tight muscles are weakened and tightened because of the context of the rest of the body around them, not because you’re lazy!
You get twisted knees, meniscus tears, recurring ligament pains, and bone on bone troubles because of distortions and excessive tensions caused by the restricted movement of tissues in the rest of the body.
I’m not getting into a lesson about it all here, but our culture’s approach to long term health and bodies that move well and feel good even into later years...is sorely, sorely lacking.
I’ve had so many conversations where it’s obvious that a real shift in approach is needed… It’s hard not to get frustrated myself, actually. But I was there too, once.
The short of it is, if you’ve been living in chronic knee pain, I really, really hope you’ll take a look at this report – so much so that I’m making it available for no charge at all.
It’s a simple first step to making that shift in approach, and to greatly improving the results you’ve been experiencing, even if you do still need surgery!
In my report, I’ve put together a few simple steps that will start to address your knee pain, helping you walk and feel better. These are steps that have benefited all the other people I’ve helped out of their chronic knee pain.
Now, I can’t promise that any one or even all of them will work for your particular situation, or that what has worked for so many others will absolutely work for you…
But reading this report has got to be better than spending another day resting, accepting it, thinking it’s “your age,” or even worse, masking it with painkillers…