Patellar Subluxation (Partially Dislocated Kneecap)
Are you suffering from patellar (kneecap) instability? Protect yourself from patellar subluxation and dislocation by first understanding the difference. Patellar subluxation is just a partial kneecap dislocation. Whereas, patellar dislocation refers to a fully dislocated kneecap. Click this image to learn more about kneecap subluxation and dislocation!
Yoga Video to Strengthen + Soothe Your Knee Pain - The Journey Junkie
Yoga Video to Soothe + Strengthen Your Knee Pain - Pin now, get on your mat now to start feeling relief! Join me for a simple, yet so effective yoga practice to help combat the common complaint of knee pain!
Knee replacement: Partial can be just as good as total
A man came in to see me recently convinced he needed a total knee replacement. He’d spent most of his life outdoors and most winters skiing but now he was in horrible pain, and it seemed like those days on the slopes were over. He told me that he couldn’t climb stairs and said that he found it difficult to walk distances. He explained that, over the years, he had various operations to clear out problems with his knee but he had been told he had reached the end of the road for these small…