I have really good feelings about the X10. I would recommend it to anyone and I’m happy to share that with you because you all made it possible.
People want to ultimately get out of knee pain. And I can help them either coming from the angle of an Ortho-Bionomy practitioner, or I can come from the angle of teaching them a strengthening the tendons and ligaments in their joint using martial arts and Systema.
A ‘New Knee Library’ and a full complement of knee assessments for you. A big update with diagnostic tools for you to use to assess your leg strength, range of motion, and overall level of mobility.
Generally after a knee surgery when your knee joint is swollen, there is a lot of exudation and fluid built up. These fluids can ultimately result to a scar tissue formation wherein your range of motion can be restricted or maybe even making it hard for you to regain your range of motion.
Patty did most of her recovery at home. She faithfully worked on her rehab each day. She consulted with her X10 Coach, strategized on next steps. And, Patty found that her recovery went quickly, to the point that she could live as she would like after her knee replacement, without complication.
A scar is the marking that remains after tissue damaged from a cut, burn, or other wound has healed. Scar formation is a natural process. Scars result from replacement tissue being somewhat structurally and functionally different than the original tissue that was injured.
After surgery, you have a number of changes that take place, all part of normal reactive, reparative process. These types of changes take place with most any trauma or injury, whether it be to skin surfaces or deeper. These changes are induced by a variety of factors that act kind of in a cascade formation, in a cascade manner.
Range of motion has two components, the ability to extend your leg so that you can extend it out straight and the ability to flex your leg. And so they are called extension and flexion and they’re both important. Extension is the first thing that you need to work on.
The longer the swelling is in the knee, the tougher it can be, the more “fibrotic.”
Strength After Knee Surgery. You know that whole use it or lose it, that’s real. That really happens. A quick lesson on building strength after knee surgery.