Knee Pain Trigger Point Chart

Posted by on 7/2/2018 to Knee Pain
Knee Pain Trigger Point Chart
Now, just because the trigger point causes pain does not mean that the location of the knot is painful itself. When the pain is located at the tense muscle spot it is called a primary trigger point. However, pain can also appear in areas away from the active trigger point - such pain is called referred pain. It is important to treat the spot that causes the referred pain and not the location of the pain itself.

Knee T Shellz Wrap - a New Testimonial

Posted by on 5/23/2018 to Knee Pain
Knee T Shellz Wrap - a New Testimonial
Mr Scheer was more than ecstatic with the results from the Knee T-Shellz Wrap. He experienced less pain on the medial side of the knee and less pain in the quad muscles. Literally within one week of treatments, the improvement was dramatic.

Using F.I.R. Following Total Knee Arthroplasty

Posted by on 5/7/2018 to Knee Pain
Using F.I.R. Following Total Knee Arthroplasty
The FIR (far infrared) showed that the significant effects are on relieving pain and lowering the levels of IL-6 and ET-1. The results cannot only be the reference for the postoperative pain relief of TKA, but it can also be the database of another clinical application. As always, consult your doctor prior to using FIR devices over implants within the body.

Knee T-Shellz Wrap Review - Relieves the Pain

Posted by on 3/20/2018 to Knee Pain
Knee T-Shellz Wrap Review - Relieves the Pain
A brand new review of the Knee T-Shellz Wrap from an individual who is experiencing pain relief in only 1 week after she started the treatments. Experiencing benefits this soon is a very positive sign for future results as well.

Hoffa's Syndrome (Fat Pad Impingement)

Posted by on 3/8/2018 to Knee Pain
Hoffa's Syndrome (Fat Pad Impingement)
Hoffa's Syndrome results from an injury to infrapatellar fat pad. The Hoffa's pad becomes impinged between the femur and the patella whenever the leg is extended.

Extensive List of Overcompensation Pain and Movement Dysfunctions

Posted by on 3/1/2018 to Knee Pain
Extensive List of Overcompensation Pain and Movement Dysfunctions
If you are suffering from nagging pains affecting the hips, back, knee, and core muscles that are not easily resolved, then the likelihood is overcompensation issues and changes in gait are at the heart of the matter.

Does The Meniscus Receive Blood Flow?

Posted by on 1/17/2018 to Knee Pain
Does The Meniscus Receive Blood Flow?
Many people mistakenly believe the meniscus does not receive any blood flow. The truth is, certain segments of the knee cartilage is vascular and therefore, capable of some healing aspects.

Anatomy of the Knee

Posted by on 11/28/2017 to Knee Pain
Anatomy of the Knee
The knee is the largest joint in your body and one of the most easily injured. It is a pivotal hinge joint in the leg that allows for a variety of movements (i.e. flexion, extension, medial rotation, and lateral rotation) and it connects the tibia and the fibula, with the thigh bone (femur).

The effect of heat application on pain, stiffness, and physical function in patients with knee osteoarthritis.

Posted by on 10/29/2017 to Knee Pain
The effect of heat application on pain, stiffness, and physical function in patients with knee osteoarthritis.
A study from The Western Ontario and McMaster Universities show the benefits of applying deep heat therapy to alleviate symptoms associated with Knee Osteoarthritis.

Arnica - Topical Application Helpful for Knee Osteoarthritis Sufferers

Posted by on 8/2/2017 to Knee Pain
Arnica - Topical Application Helpful for Knee Osteoarthritis Sufferers
The study performed by Western Ontario and McMaster Universities in Canada showed topical Arnica applications should be a consideration for those suffering from Knee Osteoarthritis.