Relieve Knee Pain

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Knee pain can be caused by tight and/or weak muscles around the knee joint. The treatments in this video may help relieve knee pain.

The first three stretches to help relieve knee pain are hamstring stretches, quad stretches, and IT band stretches. Since they all cross the knee joint, getting more flexibility can reduce pain.

Another great way to help relieve knee pain is using a TENS unit. The folks at Auvon sent me their Auvon Dual Channel TENS EMS Unit 24 Modes Muscle Stimulator. This unit is FSA/HSA eligible, so check with your plan provider about purchasing. TENS Units can also be used while you are exercising or moving.

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Finally, quad sets, hamstring sets, and bridges are great ways to strengthen the muscles around the knee without aggravating the muscles.

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