I’ve seen it all
when it comes to knee pain.
I’ve seen tough-as-nails grandmothers with double knee replacements.
I’ve seen middle-aged overachievers with a much-too-early-onset of tendinitis, bursitis, and arthritis.
I’ve seen adolescent superstars who specialize in winning but are losing time on the bench.
I’ve seen traumatic things happen to clients’ knees like getting hit by a car or a golden retriever, fluke injuries with parachutes and porches, and paralyzing illnesses and diseases.
And I’ve seen clients whose
knees felt fine one day
and the next they realized
their knees hurt so much that they stopped doing the things they loved.
I know you didn’t choose
to have knee pain.
But what if you could choose
to control it?