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Alternatives to Knee Surgery: Littleton Complimentary and Alternative Physical Medicine Clinic

Alternatives to Knee Surgery: Littleton Complimentary and Alternative Physical Medicine Clinic Has Non-Surgical Protocol for Chr

There are non-surgical alternatives to knee surgery or knee replacement. At Alternative Physical Medicine of Colorado we have an all-natural knee pain treatment. It is a neuro-mechanical manual procedure administered by a knee pain specialist accompanied with deep non-surgical laser therapy and knee decompression and nerve rebuilding treatment to help revitalize the nerve damage that innervates the degenerative nerves and weak muscles that control the knee. Here is a further explanation of our chronic knee pain treatment.

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