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Why we get knee pain and how to stop it

In this video I show you a common root cause of knee pain and how to get pain free.

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The root cause of knee pain is very rarely your age or an activity or sport you played (except for some kind of accident e.g. a fall, trip etc.). If it was your age, then everyone your age would have your pain, but they don’t. If it was the activity you do such as running, then everyone who does your activity would have your pain, but they don’t.

I believe most often people have knee pain – whether it’s degeneration, bursitis, a muscle or ligament strain etc. – because their posture has gone out of alignment. This causes excess strain and wear and tear through the knee joint until you develop a condition and thus pain.

If you just tackle the condition, like so many therapies do, then your pain is likely to come back either in the same location or somewhere else nearby such as the foot, hip or low back. Posture Correction Therapy on the other hand, aims to target the underlying root cause, which we believe most often is your incorrect posture. The aim is to not only end your current pain, but also to prevent future pain and injuries.

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Take care.

Ameet Bhakta BSc, DipHE
Posture Specialist
Egoscue Institute Certified

8 comments
  • Ammar
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    Hi Sir,
    I need your help, I feel severe pain in my knees, the knee cap area. Some times I really feel severe pain. Please I need your help as I am just 30 years old.
    Looking forward for your suggestions.
    Thanks in advance
    Regards
    Ammar Khan

  • Jill
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    Hi Ameet! I have just discovered your website after Googling Egoscue. I was lucky where I used to live as a qualified therapist ran an adult education class in posture correction (based on Egoscue). Now I’ve moved house, there is no-one near who uses this method – and I’m a complete convert. So I wanted to write something to let your other readers know that this is not some fly-by-night system – it REALLY works! Since I left the class 18 months ago, all my bad habits have come back and with them, the terrible knee pain (ah say the doctors, did you play a lot of football when you were younger?) , the lower back pain, and the dodgy hip! I’m walking like Mrs Overall (if you’re not too young to remember Julie Walter’s character in Acorn Antiques). Hence I was Googling for therapists near enough to me to get to…

    Perhaps I should actually DO the training myself!

    Keep up the good work – you will help a lot of people.

    • Ameet Bhakta
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      Hi Jill! Thanks for your message and sorry to hear that the pain is back. Some of the exercises on my blog page might help you and if you ever wanted some one on one help, I do Skype sessions which are also very effective when distance is a problem. Take care. Ameet

  • Bharti
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    I have pain in my upper back thoracic area and neck which gives me pins & needles in my arms and hands.

    Can u let me have exercises for alleviating this pain

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