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Why do you still have pain from an old knee injury?
Did your knee pain start from an old injury that just never healed even years after? Whenever there is an injury to the knee or any part of the leg including back or hips then some of the key muscles in the body stop working. This usually happens if there is a period of rest or inactivity which deconditions these muscles. The most common mistake people make is to do general exercises in attempt to rehab and strengthen to regain their mobility. Infact, what you actually need to do is spend time doing specific targeted training to build back these key muscles which will allow your body to work correctly.
Is possible to be pain free from arthritis?
It’s a common perception that arthritis causes you pain even amongst health and medical professionals. You see, arthritis does not happen overnight, it happens over decades of moving a certain way. It’s just that at some point it turns from discomfort to pain which has the tendency to increase. Pain is your body’s signal that you are not moving correctly. And once you fix this issue up then you no longer have pain even if there is bone on bone wear and tear. How do you get your body to move correctly? By reducing the pressure at your knees which stops the pain signals.
How to stop your knee from giving way
The most common approach to weakness felt at the knees is to attempt to strengthen the knee and the muscles around the knee. When in fact, these muscles DO NOT NEED any more strengthening as they are already working too much. What you actually need to do is to re-train your body to work differently. You want to correct your body’s biomechanics so you utilise the biggest muscle in your body – your glutes to work more so it reduces the pressure and strain on your knee joint. Only, then will your knees feel stable and secure.