Meniscal Rebalancing Technique For Knee Pain

A Non-Drug, Non-Surgical Treatment For Knee Pain

Just like any joint in the body, knee joints frequently become misaligned, enter into a process of joint degeneration and cause pain.

Knee joint misalignments are a far greater factor in knee pain than most doctors realize, leading to many unnecessary surgeries.  As little as a 1/8th inch misalignment of the knee joint can cause serious pain and dysfunction.

This leads to wearing of the meniscus as well as other aspects of the knee, pain and a distortion of the ligaments necessary to hold the joint in proper alignment.

No Such Thing As A Chemical Cure For A Mechanical Problem

The most common temporary intervention for chronic knee pain is cortisone injections.  Cortisone is a powerful anti-inflammatory but can only be used sparingly as it erodes away bone tissue, leading to an increased chance of a break or fracture of an all important weight bearing joint.

One of the more recently touted procedures is silicone injections into the knee.  While a blessing for some, approximately  half of those who’ve had these injections say they simply didn’t work, with many not experiencing even 6 minutes of relief, much less the 6 months they advertise.  They’re very expensive, and even when they do provide temporary relief they usually need repeated once or twice per year.

The real problem with silicone injections is they never address the underlying cause of the knee problem – that of chronic, long-term misalignment and wearing of the joint, which speaks of the usual temporariness of this procedure.

Structural challenges need a structural solution.  A chemical injected into your knee can’t bring about realignment to a misaligned structure that is the underlying of most chronic knee pain.   That would be sort of like hoping an oil change will realign the front tires on your car.

Knee Replacement Surgery Doesn’t Always Work

For many people, knee replacement surgery has been their only option.  When it works it’s often considered a miracle, but like any surgical procedure it doesn’t always work.

About 40% of our patient’s state they still have pain and/or various forms of dysfunction after their knee replacement surgery, with many saying the pain is worse than before surgery.  For each person who says they had a successful experience with knee replacement surgery, there’s another who says they “wouldn’t go through it again for anything.”

For these reasons, surgery should be viewed only as a last resort – – and only if everything else should fail.

MRT – A Conservative, Non-Surgical Approach for Knee Pain

For many people, there’s a conservative solution for chronic knee pain.  It’s called MRT and stands for Meniscal Rebalancing Technique.  If the misalignments causing the degeneration of the knee joint can be caught in time before too much damage has been done, surgery can frequently be avoided.  Those who’ve been told their knee is “filled with arthritis” frequently receive very good results, as do many who’ve been told they are “bone on bone.”

How well you respond with MRT depends upon many things, including the type, cause and extent of your knee challenges, the specific type of misalignment, your willingness to follow instructions, the health of your knee and your overall health in general.  Age alone seldom has much to do with the success of MRT.

Even many people in their 70’s and 80’s have found great success with this technique!

Before Submitting To Surgery, Check Your Knee For Hidden Misalignment

A total knee replacement is a very extreme measure to take for a condition as common as knee misalignment, and which goes undetected in so many people.   If surgery fails, there is seldom any turning back.  With 30 years of experience, we’ve helped hundreds of people overcome knee pain without drugs or surgery.  The percentage of success is very high.

For a complete report about this new treatment that is helping so many people with the misery of ongoing knee pain, please go to http://www.drjackadrian.com/

About the author: Dr. Jack Adrian is a chiropractor with more than 30 years experience in the field of chiropractic.   He is a practicing physician and Director of ChiroCenter in Troy, Ohio and has served more than 25,000 individuals in his career.

For help with any additional questions or to set up a complimentary conference to discuss your concerns, feel free to call ChiroCenter in Troy, Ohio at 937-339-5556.

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