How To Fix Your Own Knee And Meniscus Pain

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This course is designed for those interested in learning about how to fix and prevent their own knee and meniscus pain.

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In this course, you are going to learn the information on how to fix your own knee and meniscus pain.

You will also learn exactly what causes most people’s knee pain so that you can finally stop harming your knee.

As you will see, it is absolutely essential that you first remove the causes of your pain to ever hope to have a pain-free knee permanently.

Once you have learned the causes and started implementing the techniques and exercises outlined in this course, you will see an increase in your range of movement and a decrease in your pain.

Moreover, you will also be able to diagnose if your knee pain is in fact from a knee pathology or if it is from a lumbar pathology and referring pain into your knee. This, of course, is a vital step to a full recovery and doing the correct exercises. As you can imagine, it is worthless to do knee exercises when it’s actually lumbar spine exercises that you should be doing.

Once you have studied this course, you will then know:

  • What causes your knee pain and how to prevent those in your daily life so that your knee can get a chance to heal
  • How to fix your own knee pain if you should ever have a recurrence of your symptoms again

Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you will have the knowledge of how to fix and prevent your own knee and meniscus pain.

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Get started today and learn how to prevent and fix your knee and meniscus pain!

Course Curriculum

Course Sections

Introduction To Knee Pain

Step 1: What Are The Major Causes Of Knee Pain And How To Counteract Them

Step 2: Remove The Pain Exercise 1

Exercise 2

Exercise 3

Exercise 4

Step 3: A Strong, Pain Free And Stable Knee

How To Treat Your Knee Pain If It Is Referred From Your Lumbar Spine

Bonus: Foam Rolling For Your Back

Course Full Lecture

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  1. Kimberly Belo says:


    I enjoyed this course, very helpful!

  2. Deanne Bossell says:

    great course
    This is really good. Exercise and stretching that is easy to do. And will help

  3. catherine graham says:

    rehabilitation exercises made easy
    this is a well explained course. some units overlap in other courses spinal institute do, but really informative.