If you’ve been suffering with knee pain and the prospects of having surgery don’t resonate with you, I may have the best news you’ve heard in years.
But first, let me tell you how I’ve avoided major knee surgery twice.
The first time was way back in January of 1982. While practicing moves “off the mat” in the dormitory at University of Iowa, I lost balance and slammed my knee cap on the hard floor. I heard and felt something pop and immediately sensed something was wrong.
I curled my leg and straightened it several times to see if I had full mobility. I did – but the knee still felt strange.
So I tested it further by running a few sprints down the corridor.
Everything was A-Okay.
The next morning, however, I woke up in terrible pain and could not bend my leg more than an inch or two.
After exploratory arthroscopic surgery the surgeon told me I had partially severed ligaments. How to fix them? Three to six months of rest. I avoided surgery because the ligaments weren’t totally severed and there really was no surgery at the time for partial severing.
Fast forward to 1987. I’m now living in Soquel, California, where I am the owner of the very first commercial personal training studio in the area. In the late afternoon I jump on a stationary cycle and begin to pedal. I go through a 30-minute workout, replete with 30 and 60-second bursts to maximize fat burning.
Two hours later the same knee I injured five years earlier begins to swell. And it continues to swell until it’s bigger than a slow-pitch softball.
Naturally, I block out the pain and ignore it. And this decision leads to an infection. I go to emergency and get the knee drained. The next day I return to get it drained again. Same thing on the third day.
Finally, when the knee is no longer swollen, a doctor examines me. He determines that “the blade” is the only way to go. He says I need my bursa sac removed. I elect to get a second opinion. Doctor number two plays the same tune.
I ignore him as well.
Instead I decide to figure out exercises I can do to rehabilitate the knee so I don’t need surgery.
I also explore what I did wrong to create the swelling in the first place.
And 23 years later, I still have my bursa sac and am, “knock on wood” – (with the exception of the exploratory arthroscopic surgery in 1982) surgery free in both knees. In addition to that, I am also pain-free in both knees. For a combat athlete and martial artist, this situation is very rare.
World-renowned hip and knee surgeon, Dr. Bill Stillwell, author of Dr. Bill’s Pain-Free Program-Exercises to Prevent or Eliminate Knee Pain knows why I’m pain and surgery free and he reveals the secrets in his course.
Unlike the two surgeons who offered me the blade in 1987, Dr. Bill was famous for offering an alternative to surgery in 90% of the cases he treated – and he worked with everyone from the pro athlete to the executive to the elderly man or woman.
In his course he teaches you how to bypass surgery – as well as how to prevent or eliminate knee pain altogether.
In reading and reviewing Dr. Bill’s course, I was delighted to find many exercises that I used to rehabilitate and heal my knee without surgery or medication. And there’s a very, very good chance these secrets will work for you, too.
That’s why I wholeheartedly recommend you get Dr. Bill’s course right away and start living the pain-free lifestyle you once knew.
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