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Do you find yourself putting more of your body weight on your ‘good’ knee? Does your ‘bad’ knee feel unstable? Have you experienced sharp pain, or does your knee area feel warm and swollen? Or maybe you feel like your knee is seizing up? You’re not alone.
Inside this free guide you will find our 7 expert tips to help relieve your knee pain, allowing you to start making progress right away.
- What shoes should I wear?
- Is walking good for my knees?
- Why does my knee hurt when I sit?
- Should I use hot or cold?
- What else could I be doing for my knees?
All these commonly asked questions (and more!) will be answered inside this free guide.
If you’re looking for an alternative to long-term use of painkillers, wearing a support or even surgery;
then the tips we share with you here in this e-guide are a good place to start on your journey to getting active again and back to the things you enjoy most.
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I was in a great deal of pain with my back. At The Injury Clinic they sorted my pain over several sessions with massage, acupuncture and good advice. Extremely professional and friendly and I would not hesitate in recommending them to anyone who is suffering with pain!
To be able to get back to proper training, classes and general day to day duties without pain and discomfort means so much… I am grateful to have been in the very best hands! Thank you!
For years I continued to run through various aches and pains. It wasn’t until the pain stopped me that I thought about treatment. All I can say is I wish I had done it years ago! – marathon now booked!
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