Knee Pain Relief
Maggie White

Marion, IA

#1 Apr 15, 2010
Even the brightest of stars on the basketball court can be dimmed by chronic joint pain in the knee. Joint pain is often associated with aging or with specific illnesses such as arthritis. These associations may lead sufferers to feel as though there is no hope for joint relief. However, understanding how the knee functions may help alleviate that hopelessness. Knee joint pain can be caused by many factors and even joint pain that is caused by aging or illness may be easily treated by diet, exercise or even supplements that support joint relief such as LifeJoint ( )
The knee joint is formed where the thigh bone meets the shin bone. It is comprised of the inner and outer medial, the kneecap and is surrounded by ligaments that work to create stability and strength to the joint. Joint pain in the knee is most commonly caused by a softening of cartilage below the kneecap. This breakdown causes the kneecap to rub against the thigh bone when you move your knee.
The breakdown of cartilage in the knee can be a result of trauma, age, or a disease such as arthritis. The good news is that joint relief is possible. Joint pain in your knee is highly treatable and while you should consult a physician before embarking on any treatment plan, there are many things you can do on your own to find joint relief. Anti-inflammatory medications such as ibuprofen can help relieve knee pain. There are also many strengthening exercises you can do to help slow the breakdown in the cartilage. For more severe cases of knee joint pain, ice packs and immobilization may be helpful. Additionally, there are a variety of dietary supplements that offer joint relief. Studies have shown that some, such as LifeJoint, are highly effective at helping repair cartilage damage using Natural Eggshell Membrane. For most cases of chronic joint pain in the knee a combination of these treatments will be most effective.

Since: Jan 13

Miami, FL

#4 Feb 20, 2013
The chronic knee joint pain is really so bad that sometime it bring the thought of suicide. Here is the very useful information available. Thanks for sharing.


Cedar Falls, IA

#5 May 21, 2013
Great information! I was pushed to the limit with my knee pain and eventually got a great knee brace from . They offer a lot of educational information and great braces to choose from for all injuries. Here is the Knee Braces and Knee Supports page:

Good luck to all with joint pain!

Since: Oct 13

East Berne, NY

#6 Dec 31, 2013
Ice will reduce pain and swelling. Apply ice or cold packs immediately to prevent or minimize swelling. Apply the ice or cold pack for 10 to 20 minutes, 3 or more times a day.
For the first 48 hours after an injury, avoid things that might increase swelling, such as hot showers, hot tubs, hot packs, or alcoholic beverages.
After 48 to 72 hours, if swelling is gone, apply heat and begin gentle exercise with the aid of moist heat to help restore and maintain flexibility. Some experts recommend alternating between heat and cold treatments.

Ashburn, VA

#7 Jan 8, 2014
Tablets For Joint Pain Relief - I received the order and it was on time and the pills work great.

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