NOW WITH CLOSED CAPTIONS
"Bone on bone."
"The cartilage is just gone."
These are the common rationales given to patients with chronic knee pain.
And, the vast majority of these patients are post-menopausal women.
What the surgeons fail to mention is the life-altering problems that are common after knee replacement or "repair" surgery. Typically, a woman's natural gait is destroyed, which is likely to lead to hip and foot problems. Bone shrinkage can make one leg longer than the other. And a lifetime of chronic, surgically induced pain is a common outcome.
When it happened to her, Whole Woman Founder Christine Kent applied both her gift for ferreting out critical information from the scientific research literature, and her commitment to self-care for chronic ailments to understand and heal her injury.
The latest research studies are clear. Chronic knee pain is not a problem which surgery can solve. The problem is microbiological!
In this course you will find five modules -
Module 1 - A New Paradigm of Osteoarthritis of the Knee
Module 2 - Restoring the Knee Microbiome
Module 3 - The Vagina-Knee Connection
Module 4 - Floor Sitting is Primary Weight-Bearing Exercise
Module 5 - The Whole Woman Knee Workout
Total run time is 1:38:31
In short, you will have the information you need to successfully stabilize and reverse most chronic knee problems.
Of course, in the case of specific injury or long term inattention to the problem, you may not be able to reverse your condition. As always, Whole Woman videos all carry a sixty day guarantee.
Start your journey to knee health today. Your knees can and should serve you well for a lifetime!
Having suffered a profound uterine prolapse in the early 1990s as a result of bladder suspension surgery, Christine refused the recommended hysterectomy and spent more than a decade researching her condition in the medical literature and experimenting with dance, alignment, body work, and posture. Finally, she brought her own prolapse under control and began teaching other women how to control theirs.
Author of Saving the Whole Woman, still the definitive book on the subject of non-surgical intervention for pelvic organ prolapse, Christine has also produced, written, directed, and narrated over a dozen videos and video courses to help women help themselves. Her work has kept thousands of women out of the operating room in over sixty countries.