How to Fix Knee Pain Fast
Physical Therapist Advice
Is knee pain stopping you from running?
I know how you feel. I’ve been there, and it’s incredibly frustrating.
The situation goes from bad to worse when the pain lasts for weeks, months, or even years.
If you’re stuck in an injury rut, I want to help you get out of it.
Knee pain doesn’t have to derail your running long-term.
Here’s the thing:
You can recover from most knee injuries in just 7 DAYS.
So, where do runners go wrong?
Most runners make mistakes that prolong their injuries.
This results in valuable time lost running, which can even cause lasting damage.
But it doesn’t have to be this way.
If you take the proper steps, you can get back to running in no time!
Avoid These Mistakes
Injured runners will typically follow the same pattern.
Does this sound familiar?
When you first notice soreness or pain during a run – you ignore it. If symptoms don’t improve, you decrease your distances.
Next, you try spacing out runs.
As a last-ditch effort, you take a week or two off. Sadly, when you try running again, the pain is still there.
You’re weeks – or even months – into an injury by this time.
Many runners give up and just run through the pain. Or they end up in my Physical Therapy office -frustrated and depressed.
But don’t lose hope. There’s a better way…
Get Back to Running Pain-Free
Identifying the pain or injury early is ideal, and your body will heal fastest in the early stages.
If you’ve let an injury linger, don’t worry. You can still make a fast recovery.
What you need is a step-by-step system to fix knee pain for good.
In my free webinar, you will learn the 4-step system I use as a Physical Therapist.
With these strategies, you can recover from most injuries in just 7 days!
The key is to start with active recovery through cross-training and corrective exercises.
Watch this snippet from my webinar to find out what exercises I recommend!
Fix Knee Pain in 7 Days!
Don’t let knee pain linger. Learn how to fix and prevent running injuries in this free webinar from Physical Therapist Steve Gonser.