I, too, have knee problems. My husband also has knee problems. We went to a physical therapist and got home exercises to strengthen his muscles around the knee. Bob notices less pressure on the knee and moves better.
Ask your doctor if possible. A few treatments with a physical therapist may be helpful with home exercise in mind and/or leading to a trainer. I'd start with Pt (ESPECIALLY IF INSURANCE COVERS IT).
Hello all I/ve made u my min tonight that I will go forward with or without Arthritis. I saw my Dr. yesterday and was told my left lekneeis full of arthritis.I'm at a lost for I don't know wht to do. I need some advise and a trainer to hlp get me started. Any ideas. I'm learning the first most imortant part is aceptance of arthritis conditioon in my knee.
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My left knee is that of an 87 yo, my right knee is 47. Pre-workout Aleve or 800 mg of Motrin seems to do the trick. I brace it sometimes when I run but other than modifying squats, or lunges I don't change much...
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