Female patient presented with debilitating knee pain. She reported that even lifting her leg to dress herself caused excruciating pain.
An Intensive Treatment Plan starting with care provided three times per week was recommended to increase her ability to tolerate movement and standing. Adjustments to the lumbar spine increased nerve input and flow, allowing for better function of her leg and knee joint.
At her first evaluation after twelve visits of care, she reported that she was able to hike with her family and was no longer suffering from the pain that made even putting shoes on difficult.