Join Date: Nov 2013
Location: SnowDogSkiWax.com, PA
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Little over two years ago I was training and tore a menisci in my knee.
The MRI orthopedic doctor said it would never heal because there was no blood flow in the area of the knee. Wanted to cut.
As a Health & P.E. teacher for 35 years I implemented my own therapy.
1. Supplementation that would stimulate blood flow.
2. Ice therapy
2. Weight Training.
3. Functional training alone with core training.
4. Trigger point therapy.
5. MiaFacia Muscle therapy.
Dealt with movement and flexibility in the ankle, pelvis, thoracic, along with explosive power. The whole nine yards total body realignment.
After six months tested knee. First basketball, next racquetbal, bought a season pass snowboard. Which I hadn't done for ten years.
Over 100 days on slopes 2012-2013 season no pain no joint problems.
Most want a quick fix, drugs, operations, & medical morons that are practicing medicine on the herd mentality.
As snowboarders we research equipment, boards, and technique. We then with time on the slopes perfect our skills.
Our health should get the same attention.
One of the web sites that will help you eliminate most problems.