Relieve Knee Pain with this Amazing One Minute Stretching (VIDEO)

If a person suddenly has a injury or a trauma this can often lead to knee pain.The knee pain can also be the result of some trauma by long-term overuse of your knee, and with that makes a ‘wear and tear’ effect, or sometimes a condition known by arthritis. Today in this article we talk and show you about how to relieve the knee pain in easy and simple steps.

There can be a lot of symptoms from the knee injuries like the pain stiffness, and swelling. The pain of the knee is a very well known symptom of a knee injury.When this happens, the resulting swelling and stiffness can be very uncomfortable. It can also disrupt your everyday habits such as walking and bring you days of unnecessary pain.

However, you should not panic, as we present you an incredible exercise technique for you that can alleviate knee pain by moving it in different directions. This affects the knee by slow stretches which will help you alleviate the pain and recover faster.

Jill Miller from Yoga Tune Up performs this technique, the woman who also wrote ‘The Roll Model: A Step-by-Step Guide to Erase Pain, Improve Mobility, and Live Better in Your Body’.

For performing this technique, all you need is a wash towel. Start this exercise by twisting and folding the wash towel. Next, put it behind the knee, pushing it as up toward the joints as you can. Then, place your leg in a position where the heel touches an elevated object, such as chair, or a couch.

Start twisting and folding the wash towel before you do anything else. Then, put it behind your knee, pushing it as up toward the joint as you can. Place the leg in a position where the heel touches an elevated object, such as chair or a couch.

Then, you can begin pressing your knee and your calf muscles, while you hold the towel in place. Furthermore, do this with both of your knees.

This is an excellent exercise that gives incredible result since it creates a much-needed space below the knee and between the calf muscles and the thigh.

Source: www.runhealthylifestyle.com

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