Performance Place Knee Program 12 Week Recovery Guide

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The Complete 12 Week Web-based Guide with Videos to Tackle Runner’s Knee Pain 

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Looking to get back to running and being active, but your knee pain is stopping you? We at Performance Place Sports Chiropractic have developed an online guide to help you get back to doing what you love. Whether it's COVID, cost, or lack of access to a sports chiropractor near you, we got you covered.

Our guide is laid out in a step-by-step fashion to help you navigate the exercises from home. It's the same movements and exercises we have patients do when they come see us in person. (Just google us, and see our ALL 5 star reviews only!)

The format of this guide takes you week to week across a 4 week span, helping you "cool things down" (i.e., the pain) so that you can begin to build up your support systems.

1 review for Performance Place Knee Program 12 Week Recovery Guide

    Emma Calabrese (verified owner)

    About 8 months ago, I had sprained my knee/hip running, and experienced continuing knee pain for months following the injury. It would stiffen up, crack in pain every time I’d bend it, and limit my ability to exercise. I definitely couldn’t run anymore. On the occasion where I felt like I was feeling better and could run again, I’d just tweak it right back to the original pain. After a while, doing normal, every day activities started to trigger it further. Frustrated, I turned to Physical therapy. The doctor diagnosed me with runner’s knee, and gave me a program of basic stretches to follow for 6 weeks. After about 5 weeks in, I didn’t see much progress. My pain had lessened a bit, but wasn’t entirely gone. I was concerned that I would never get back to running.

I had reached out to Dr Gonzales on social media a while back about my issue, and he was so kind to recommend this guide to me.

    This guide contains very descriptive information about knee/hip issues. It taught me that my knee pain wasn’t just coming from my knee, but from the muscles and nerves surrounding it (such as the back and/or hips). The guide puts you though a series of exercises and stretches that focus on hip, pelvis/core, and back strengthening.

    After following the guide for JUST ONE WEEK, I had felt such a difference. Not only in my knee, but also in my hips and back! It relieved tightness that I didn’t realize I had. After about the third day into the guide, I attempted a 10 minute run and HAD NO DISCOMFORT AT ALL. I’m very happy I finally have the confidence to start moving again, and excited I have the appropriate exercises to do for my longterm goals. Thank you for this guide!

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In running athlete populations, there seems to be much confusion about how to use corrective exercises to reduce knee region issues.

In this guide, I’ll take you through some extremely powerful video exercises I use with runners in their first week of rehab that helps get them back on track and train again!

People who think they are suffering from MCL, ACL, medial meniscus, Runner’s Knee and pes anserinus with no MRI or ultrasound imaging findings are a perfect fit for the methods laid out in this guide. If there was actually a damaged structure in the knee, an advanced image like an MRI or Ultrasound would find it. If they are negative, then it is a rehab case. Simple.

I use the exercises in this guide to assist patients who are dealing with the following conditions:

  • Runner’s Knee
  • Meniscus Tears
  • Knee Swelling After Running
  • Patellar Tendonitis
  • Quad Tendonitis
  • IT Band Syndrome
  • Pes Anserinus Tendonitis
  • Knee Joint Degeneration

This is NOT an extremely comprehensive/overwhelming guide on purpose.

It’s simply a “gateway” into utilizing corrective exercises to assist in the reduction of knee issues in distance athletes. By the end, I hope you’ll see the importance of training the foot, hips and core for knee health and elongating a career in running.

About The Author

Dr. Gonzales has been a top sports rehab chiropractor in Huntington Beach, California for the last 10 years. He personally has experienced back pain and has been able to successfully overcome it twice, once at 16 and once at 35 years old.

He serves athletes and professionals who simply want to move better and improve the quality of their life.

He also has his own podcast, Restoring Human Movement, where he discusses topics aimed at how to live a pain-free life through proper utilization of human movement.

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