Natural Knee Rescue Is Possible
Research has shown that low grade whole body chronic Inflammation contributes to knee degeneration. This isn’t wishful thinking, it’s a fact. Too bad the western medicine is light years behind the research but you don’t have to be. Don’t get stuck with an early knee replacement when you could have identified inflammatory knee pain and taken action.
Not that I am criticizing the surgery; it’s an amazing tool but when you are in your 40’s 50’s and 60’s it is not going to feel like your “old” knee. There is also more research that states that younger people who get the surgery are less satisfied than older people.
If you attend the webinar, here is what you will learn
- How to Determine If You Have “Inflammatory” Chronic Knee Pain.
- Top 6 Reasons To Start Your Knee Rescue Screening for Root Causes of Inflammation?
- Identify Specific Conditions That Sabotage Weight Loss Efforts For Even The Most Self-Disciplined.
- How To Test For Underlying Conditions AND Save Money.
- How to Track Your Progress Toward Knee Rescue by The Numbers and NOT Just Vague Symptoms.
Natural Knee Rescue- The Starting Point
Screening for root causes of inflammation is THE key to jump starting your healing for chronic knee pain. It helps you identify the origins of whole body inflammation quickly and with minimal cost. It is where I start all my clients.
If you’ve changed your diet, tried exercise but still can’t make headway. This is your answer.
Also if you’ve been struggling to lose weight or have lost weight only to gain it right back again, It’s likely that you have an underlying condition that is sabotaging your excellent weight loss efforts and prevent you from getting relief to your knees.
If you can't attend the webinar live, leave any questions that you would like answered on the webinar in the comment section below. There will be a replay. Hope to connect soon on the webinar.
The reply from last webinar can be found at Chronic Knee Pain: A Wake Up Call NOT A Prescription for Sugery
If you'd like more background and information, I was interviewed on the Bees Knee Podcast by PJ Ewing.