Knee Pain

“How to stop knee pain without bed rest, braces, or medication…”

Many think knee pain is a normal occurrence with older age. Living with knee pain prevents you from walking, running, taking the stairs, or going out with family and friends. There is no specific area of where the pain originates and your pain continues to progress with time. If you can relate, do not be alarmed. If that’s happening to you, you’re not alone.

When it comes to living with knee pain, everybody wants to know the answers to the following questions:


“Why Is This Happening To Me?”


“Why Am I Still Suffering with Persistent Knee Pain?”

Many people think knee pain will eventually ease up and go away on its own. As though one morning, like “magic,” it will be gone. But then 6 months later the discomfort of knee pain still persists…


Does This Sound Like You?

Another common situation, at Iron Health, is our patients come in and say that their physician recommended painkillers, rest, and time.

This advice is usually not the best! After a few weeks you will end up back in the physician’s office due to continued or worsened pain. The physician will then recommend a STRONGER dose of medication and MORE rest. From this we understand why so many people are experiencing chronic pain.


Has This Ever Happened To You?

Maybe you just decide to rest constantly because you’ve been told that constant movement makes the knee pain worse. Then you hear that doing ‘this exercise’ and ‘that exercise’ will make it better. You may be confused because you have been told various things by numerous individuals. So you are unsure what avenue is the proper one to take.
It can be very confusing to know what is the right thing to do – ultimately leading people to do nothing so they “prevent making it worse.”
And because of this people fail to make a decision on what they can do to heal there knee pain. Many will just accept it as “part of life” and that it “has” to be that way.

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7 Reasons why your knee pain may be lasting longer than it should:


You Classify it as temporary


Your physician recommended bed rest and anti-inflammatories to seize the pain, but after a few hours the medication wore off and the pain returned immediately


Someone you know told you "It is part of getting older."


You were unsure of where to turn for help.


The top exercises you searched, under "knee pain," and attempted gave you negative results.


You decided to just "wait it out," but all that did was make you more stiff and increase your pain.


You went to a local massage therapist in pursuit of relief, however the benefits were short lived.

If any of the above sounds like you, we would love to help you. At Iron Health, we offer a FREE consultation with one of our Doctors of Physical Therapy! Since you’ve experienced one or some of the reasons above, we automatically know what wouldn’t work; allowing us to focus on other approaches that will allow us to find the answer. Our major goal is to help you! CLICK the link below to book a phone call with us now. The call is completely FREE and you are not obligated to book any appointments after the call. We want to be apart of your guidance in the right direction!

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