Knee Pain

This video is for people suffering from recent knee surgeries/injuries.
As I’ve said in trainings and even on TV, “Sometimes I like wearing high heels. I won’t give up my Jimmy Choos, but I don’t want to pay the price of vanity.” Research clearly shows that there are some seriously negative effects of wearing high heels daily. So whether you wear them every day or just for special occasions, there’s some cause and effect that you should consider if, like me, you are hell bent on not ditching your heels.
This is Health Revolution Radio with Dr. Peter Abaci. Today's topic: Recovering from Knee Injuries Guest Speakers: Dr. John Kao and Lianna Roberts Image courtesy of stockdevil at FreeDigitalPhotos.net
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This is Health Revolution Radio, today's topic: ACL Knee Injuries and Recovery Guest Speakers: Laurann Putnam and Lianna Roberts
Yoga after knee surgery
This video is for people suffering from recent knee surgeries/injuries. This is also a GREAT practice for people with broken wrists/suffering from wrist injuries, who are unable to practice a traditional yoga pose. This 20 minute yoga flow takes all pressure off the hands and knees and allows us to meet our bodies exactly where we're at!
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Breast cancer is the leading cause of cancer among women, with the majority of cases involving post-menopausal women. About 1 out 8 women will develop invasive breast cancer during their lifetime, and it is estimated that about 230,000 women will be diagnosed with invasive breast cancer this year along with 62,000 non-invasive cases. For many, they will develop hormone receptor positive forms of breast cancer which means that estrogen and...
Walking can be affected by all kinds of pain problems and injuries, including back pain, hip or knee arthritis, sciatica, and plantar fasciitis just to name a few. Despite the challenges, our ability to stay ambulatory and to walk at a good pace offers many valuable health benefits. If you have chronic pain, an important part of your rehabilitation work should focus on how much and how fast you can walk. 
It’s important to understand the difference between chronic and acute pain. Acute pain is what you experience when you first get injured. It is caused by tissue damage and the swelling and inflammation that come along with it. Once the injury starts to heal, the inflammation subsides and the acute pain starts to resolve. This type of discomfort serves to protect you from further damage. For example, if you sprain an ankle, it becomes acutely...
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Arthritis is easily one of the most common causes of daily aches and pains in our society, as well as a major source of disability. Osteoarthritis, considered to be the most prevalent form, occurs when the protective cartilage at the ends of bones deteriorates, leading to degeneration of the joint spaces. Aging, injury, and obesity are generally considered to be the most frequent contributors to arthritic joint disease. These statistics on...
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With an estimated 100 million Americans experiencing pain, the enormity of this situation begs for answers about a number of questions. First and foremost is the question of why has the number grown to be so high? One in three Americans experiencing pain at one time or another means that chronic pain is a disease that will likely affect every family at some point.

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