Your knees are essential to performing everyday movements. They stabilize you when you’re standing and help propel you forward when you’re running. They enable movement when you bend, and they absorb shock with each step you take.
The knee replacement is a very complex joint. Each knee has several bones, ligaments, and muscles that need to function correctly and work optimally for the joint to work well. A problem with any component of the knee can make even the most ordinary physical activity painful to perform.
We feel pain in our knees when the individual components deteriorate with age or become damaged during an injury. Knee pain may also occur due to disorders that cause inflammation. Other symptoms usually accompany the pain, such as stiffness, swelling, tenderness, or a burning sensation.
Homeopathic remedies can benefit all types of knee pain, but it is especially effective when the pain occurs as a result of inflammation or degeneration. These remedies help to improve the body’s self-defense mechanisms so that it can fight these symptoms on its own. This approach differs from modern pharmaceuticals that work at suppressing symptoms rather than strengthening the body to defend itself against future problems.
It is important not to buy a generic knee remedy from your local health shop. Although it may help to an extent, a chiropractor can usually recommend a better treatment based on the condition causing the pain. For example, Colchicum resolves pain from gout, Ruta works great against pain from ligament injuries, and Symphytum is useful for treating pain caused by a bone injury. Similarly, Calcarea Carbonica helps ease the pain associated with osteoarthritis, and Rhus Tox helps with pain caused by rheumatoid arthritis.
Chiropractic care and homeopathy work very well together in the treatment of musculoskeletal injury. Instant relief roll-on cooling gel is helpful in pain relief and improves healing time during the initial phases of an injury. Your doctor will recommend the best remedy based on the information that you provide. Your chiropractor will ask you detailed questions about what the pain feels like, where it is localized, and under what circumstances the pain feels better or worse.
A chiropractor can use any of several non-surgical techniques to treat knee pain. One common method involves spinal adjustment. Your knees benefit from this because leg function is dependent on proper spinal function. An adjusted spine can take the pressure off the knees and relieve pain or discomfort.
A second technique involves combining electrical muscle stimulation, ultrasound treatment, massages, stretches, electrical muscle stimulation, and manual spine adjustment. Together, these help you increase your strength and range of movement, relieving pressure on the components of your knees.
Chiropractors often us knee pain massage therapy to release tension around the knee and reduce pain.
Quality of Life
Consulting a chiropractor and embarking on a journey of homeopathic treatment can prove to be a great step toward improving your quality of life.