ARTC Knee Pain Program (60 Days)

The knee joint is another area that we put under tremendous stress & strain. We also take a comprehensive approach to alleviating & correcting knee pain that focuses on restoring function & integrity.

The 4Ms

All of HEALTH, Chronic Health Challenges, and Healing can be boiled down to the 4Ms: The Microcirculation delivers oxygen & ALL Nutrients to the cells & the Mitochondria. The Mitochondria make almost ALL the Energy needed to run our Metabolism. The Metabolism CONTROLS ALL Life Processes. The Muscles are our primary Metabolic Reserve; Muscles are our primary drivers that build & preserve the Microcirculation & Mitochondria!

Correcting Chronic Knee Pain

Chronic Knee Pain can be Alleviated if the Underlying cause is identified and corrected.

  • 95+% of chronic knee pain is the result of past trauma (this includes repetitive motion injuries).
  • These primarily lead to damage of the tendon or ligament attachments or the meniscus.
  • This leads to joint instability and messaging from the brain that make muscles contract and stay contracted in an attempt to protect the joint.
  • The chronically contracted muscle leads to reduced blood supply to the joint & associated muscles, as well as reduced nerve communications.
  • This in turn leads to further muscle imbalances (shortened &/or weakened muscles) and the formation of Neuromuscular Trigger Points.
  • All of this leads to reduced function, pain, and degeneration of the joint.

Knee Pain Quiz

Use this Knee Pain Quiz to help you determine how bad your knees might be.

Do you have knee pain?      
Is your knee stiff or swollen at times?      
Do you recall any specific injuries to your knee?      
Have you been told that you have arthritis?      
Does your knee (or knees) limit your walking or activities?      
Do you have difficulty squatting down & getting back up?      
Do you have difficulty getting up from being seated?      
Does your knee make any sounds when moving (grinding, popping, snapping)?      
Do you walk with a limp due to your knee at times?      
Does your knee hurt when going up or down stairs?      

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