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Your Most Pressing Questions About Knee Surgery Answered

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Those Hips Don’t Lie

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A Healthy Knee Is A Happy Knee

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Your Most Pressing Questions About Knee...

If you or someone you know has knee pain then this article is for you.  Obviously as a Physical Therapist my first line of defense to help you recover from an injury is a natural method. I believe the body is an amazing machine capable of healing, given the right environment.  As a cyclist I have suffered with knee pain occasionally and have always been able to bounce back using natural methods. This is actually how I discovered how effective dry needling is for muscle and joint pain.  I was out with some friends doing a warm up ride for...

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Those Hips Don’t Lie

If you or someone you know has knee pain then this article is for you.  As an avid cyclist and one who competes my main focus is to build a better aerobic engine.  I spend hours on the bike training and getting ready for races. I love it when everything goes according to plan, but when does that actually happen? A few years ago I started to notice some left knee pain. No big deal, I was putting in some serious miles and figured it was a little bit of tendonitis.  I changed my training load, worked on the tendon...

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A Healthy Knee Is A Happy...

If you or someone you know has knee pain then this post is for you.  Many Americans deal with debilitating knee pain on a daily basis. In fact 750,000 thousand knee surgeries are performed in the US annually and an additional 600,000 total knee replacement surgeries.  One study found that up to 20% of patients receiving a knee replacement continue to have persistent pain.  An issue with your knee can be frustrating due to the pain but also the limitations it places on you.  It can reduce your quality of life, activity level and mobility causing you to lose your...

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Knee Surgery Recovery & Prevention: How...

Knee surgery is one of the most common bone-related surgical procedures in the United States. As a result, MOSS has seen hundreds of patients looking to prevent the need for surgery, prepare themselves for surgery, or recover from surgery. Many of these patients come to me confused as to why they are still dealing with knee pain they hoped would be relieved by surgery. Or, patients don’t understand why they should see me here at MOSS before and after they get surgery. Our specialists feel so much empathy for these patients. It’s easy to empathize: these people are in pain...

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Knee Pain Treatment & Relief: Know...

Knee pain is something that many of us experience (over a quarter of us, to be exact)...  but for some reason, many people don’t know that there are knee pain treatment methods besides surgery and intense pain killers. Surgery and pain medications have their place in knee pain relief, sure. But there are many other methods that you can use to strengthen your muscles, increase your mobility, reduce pain, and correct any compensatory movements you’ve made to continue your daily activities. In my years of physical therapy work, I’ve seen people develop limps, change their walking gait, and even stop...

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What Brings You to MOSS? The...

Frequent knee pain affects over 25 percent of the adult population with studies showing a significant increase in knee-related pain & surgeries in recent history.  Knee pain can result in a laundry list of problems in daily life. Because our knees are imperative to our movement and mobility, knee problems can make it difficult to sleep, drive, work, walk, or even get out of bed in the morning (physically and emotionally!).  Can you relate to some of these problems? Have you found that your work and/or personal life has been affected by your knee pain? Are you or a loved...

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