Do you want to avoid surgery but don’t know where to begin?
Do you feel like everything you try just leads to short term relief that doesn’t last?
Are you worried about your future with osteoarthritis? Do you wish you could stay active?
It is possible to relieve knee arthritis pain,
you just have to know where to start!
You now have your own arthritis cheerleader rooting for you on this journey to pain relief. In this guide you will learn:
– how you can start moving without flaring up your pain
-what else you need to consider besides exercise
-how to begin your journey to natural pain relief
It is possible to regain your ability to walk, hike, squat, exercise, and even potentially run despite having osteoarthritis.
Learn more inside this totally free guide below!
So many people are led to believe that knee arthritis pain has to be a death sentence to everything you love doing. In reality, it doesn’t have to be!
Even with bone on bone knee arthritis, you still can find adventure! Contrary to popular belief, there’s still hope to stay active even if your healthcare professionals, family, and/or friends don’t believe it.
You have so much potential and you can accomplish so much. But in order to find it, you have to do one thing…take action.
Download the guide above to get started today!
Hi, I’m Alyssa. I’m a doctor of physical therapy and an osteoarthritis specialist. I have helped people all across the world tackle hip and knee arthritis pain with new found confidence.
Through movement, food, and other avenues your body craves, you, too, can find osteoarthritis pain relief that lasts.
I founded Keep the Adventure Alive to break through the doom and gloom to show you that adventure is possible again despite being diagnosed osteoarthritis!
You don’t have to dream small because you have arthritis. Let me show you the way!
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