Hundreds of readers are using this self treatment method to get over knee pain. These 11 stretches are illustrated with photographs and full descriptions so that you can easily follow along step by step. Imagine what it is like to stop thinking about your knees. Imagine a life where you can actually say "yes" to things you feel like doing without any hesitation... The Comfort Zone ebook is designed to give you the information that gets your knees out of pain. A few recent comments from readers: “I really liked the psychological approach (and something you said on your website about staying hydrated). What I like even more is your sign-off, "Making Knee Replacement Surgery Obsolete in my Lifetime"!! I'm 26+ and was diagnosed with a minor meniscus tear some years ago. I was recommended an arthroscope and "maybe" more surgery after that though I didn't want to go for it after viewing some knee surgery videos on YouTube. The problem with my knees seems to be this chronic tightness in the muscle behind the knees-- (I've had that tightness there since I was 11 years old--couldn't squat with my feet flat on the ground; couldn't do downward dog pose with heels touching the ground--I am able to finally do those things now). I have already recommended your website/products to some friends and will continue to do so! I hate modern medicine most of the time (especially when it's unnecessarily invasive). More natural and sensible approaches are very much appreciated. Thanks for sharing your knowledge and helping so many people!!” Jessica C. “It gave me information that was very enlightening. I especially liked the information about the anatomy. I admit that I didn't know that my knees had no muscles. Very interesting. It has given me perspective on what to do and how to do it in terms of knowing the anatomy of what I'm working with and how to work or exercise to heal my knees and body as a whole.” Elijah M. “Getting in position to do the stretches was a chore in itself. This told me I have some serious flexibility issues. Then opening up my knee joint was a struggle. The result of relieving the pressure was awesome. The stretches are worth the effort and your videos are a huge help because some people like myself learn better from watching and then doing.” Robert H.
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In December of 1998, Bill sustained a severe knee injury from a skiing accident that required reconstructive surgery on the ligament (ACL) and 2 pieces of meniscus (cartilage) in his left knee. This difficult experience led him on a path to figure out how to relieve the pain, tension, and discomfort in his knee as well as the rest of his body resulting from the knee injury and the subsequent surgery. Bill recognizes both the value as well as the limitations of the current "Western Medicine Medical Model" and has spent the time since his knee surgery "filling in the gaps" between the time after the surgery/physical therapy ends and feeling completely "normal" again. He believes in a comprehensive approach that incorporates different perspectives which allows for a decision regarding knee pain to be made from a place of knowledge and understanding not from a place of fear and "damage control." Bill has studied on a variety of topics such as anatomy & physiology, biomechanics, nutrition, water, exercise, strength training, breathing, martial arts and body work. He has also studied with a wide range of experienced instructors while traveling throughout Europe, Mexico, Canada, and the United States. From all these experiences Bill has developed a comprehensive approach to overcoming knee pain that incorporates water, nutrition, exercise, stretching, and breathing. He believes it is essential to incorporate ALL aspects of this program on a regular basis in order for a complete and full recovery from a knee injury to occur. Bill is dedicated to increasing the awareness and benefits of his comprehensive approach to knee pain to the international public. He now teaches others how to relieve knee pain for themselves through his website The Knee Pain Guru.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 26 pages. 11.00x8.50x0.07 inches. This item is printed on demand. Bookseller Inventory # zk1481094084