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Topic Title: Further Treatment Options?
Created On: 01/04/2013 10:10 AM
 
 12/06/2013 08:09 PM

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andy.peloquin

<p>You know, it may be one of the two ligaments that many therapists and doctors aren't familiar with.</p>
<p>The coronary ligaments are found in the medial (middle) and lateral (outer) knee, and they can be twisted if your knee rotates while your foot is flat. These two ligaments aren't included in most anatomy texts, so the doctor may not be familiar with them.</p>
<p>Also, there is a new ligament called the Anterolateral Ligament, a new one discovered by a team of scientists in Belgium. It's often blamed for ACL pains, but it has been overlooked due to its small size. Could be that one of these two ligaments are causing the pain...</p>
 11/16/2013 11:44 PM

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AlisonKB

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<p>You should look into blood flow stimulation therapy. Its therapy that you can do at home to help increase the blood flow to your knee in an effort to help it heal.</p>
<p>Our injuries require blood flow in order to heal...in order to increase blood flow to an injured area, you need to exercise it..which causes pain and you have the constant threat of re-injury. Blood flow stimulation therapy increases the blood flow to your knees while you are resting them.</p>
<p>There is a lot of information online about it and you can get more info from the link below. I speak from experience when I say that this works! And you can use it on both knees because your 'good' knee will often become injured as well because it's compensating for your 'bad' knee. </p>
<p>Good luck to you!</p>
<p>[url=http://www.kingbrand.com/BFST-Home.php?REF=47PV16]http://www.kingbrand.com/BFST-Home.php?REF=47PV16[/url]</p>
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 11/14/2013 05:26 AM

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