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Natural Treatment for Chronic Knee Pain and Knee Arthritis in Littleton, CO

At Alternative Physical Medicine we have an all-natural knee pain solution right here in Littleton ,Colorado it is a non-surgical treatment protocol for chronic knee pain, addressing degenerative knee arthritis and we have even helped 'bone-on'bone' cases without a knee replacement or surgery. We use several different therapies and a variety of equipment. First we thoroughly inspect the biomechanics of the knee, hip, ankle, foot and back and then review x-rays and MRI studies. Many orthopedic doctors recommend physical therapy and then surgery. If you have been through physical therapy and still have knee pain, we have a unique and effective approach... We find the neuro-mechanical cause of the knee pain and once that is identified then the true cause of the condition can be helped.

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