THE KNEE PAIN RECIPE
Women In Wellness
Bone on Bone
Water on the knee
"IN EVERY DROP OF WATER THERE IS A STORY OF LIFE" by Leena
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THE KNEE PAIN RECIPE
The Knee Pain Recipe helps to heal the knees naturally, reinstating the energy flow in your body, and restoring the function of your mind and body. It's a pathway back to climbing stairs, walking with friends, getting up off the floor and of course exercising to regain independence.
Knee Pain Recipe brings more profits and new members to spa owners around the world.
We are so excited about bringing the Knee Pain Recipe to your spa facility. This method calls for:
Cold plunge pool
The Knee Pain Recipe creates a paradigm shift in the treatment of knee pain relief.
Decongest the lymph system with gentle strokes. Starts healing the knee. This treatment reduces edema, activates blood flow and boosts a complex network of vessels that transport fluids throughout the body.
Turn pools and hot tubs into a stretching spa. Loss of knee motion can occur due to arthritis and injury. Warm water therapy warms the muscle, which allows the knee to flex without pain. It's an enjoyable treatment for knee pain.
Steam session can be a great way to kickstart results and ensure you relieve your body’s buildup of waste products and toxins.
Researchers analyzed 12 years of data collected from nearly 500 women, ages 44 to 57, in Britain and found that 63 percent of those 50 and older reported persistent, incident or intermittent knee pain.
Why Spa Owners
The Knee Pain Recipe
According to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, nearly 15 million Americans experience knee pain every year. 600,000 knee replacements are performed in the USA each year. The number is climbing yearly. Holistic healing cost less, the process is gentle on the joints, doesn't require down-time and produces no complications.
Dr. Geigle, PT, PHD suggests that “95% of people should be doing some form of water exercise or therapy.” Water allows patients to work on their range of motion, flexibility, muscular strength and cardiovascular health in an environment where buoyancy, gravity, and hydrostatic pressure work with the exerciser.
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