I am recovering from knee surgery. Would these exercises help or hinder my recovery?

Answer

Correcting ankle and knee alignment is a must for anyone recovering from knee injury. However, this is not achievable unless feet alignment is taken care of first. Postural correction (alignment against the downward pushing force of gravity) begins from the ground up. To fully understand why this is so, and to easily implement feet alignment corrections yourself, please read this article: http://hubpages.com/disease-illness/The-Feet-You-W...

Also, find out what most shoe ware does to your feet, and how you can take full responsibility for a speedy recovery and avoid re-occurrence of knee injuries in the future by consulting this article: https://remedygrove.com/remedies/shoes-are-not-mad... too.

Lastly, once your feet, ankles, and knees are aligned correctly, and shoe damage is minimized, you may like to learn how to improve your walking style not only for aesthetics (for good looks) but for a safer and healthier way to carry your body in everyday life with a third related article: https://hubpages.com/health/How-Do-You-Walk-3-Guid...

I know this is a lot of information to absorb, but if you are serious about healing yourself without painkillers or any other possibly addictive medication with harmful side effects, then surely it is well worth investing a little time now. Having the knowledge and body awareness will help you in the long run for the rest of your life. So bookmark the links and read at your leisure.

Updated on April 11, 2018

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How to Cure and Prevent Ankle and Knee Pain
By Juliette Kando FI Chor
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