Chronic Knee Pain? There Are Natural Remedies for It

A man came to see us for his knee pain which he had for several months now. He said the doctors want to give him an injection of corticosteroids. And if that didn’t work, they want to do a knee surgery which can be a partial knee replacement surgery. The man didn’t like the idea of having an injection of medical drugs, as he was wary of the side effects. And he definitely didn’t want to go for surgery, let alone having his real knees replaced with plastic and metal.

He asked if there are any natural alternatives for his knee. After checking for blockages on his knees, I found the path of pain shooting upwards from his knees to his thighs and downwards to his calves. I recommended him a series of HijamaHerbs sessions and MalaysianMushroom supplements.

Chronic knee pain can come from wear and tear of the joints over time.  Arthritis, gout and obesity can also contribute to pain the knee pain. When you have knee pain, corticosteroid injection and knee replacement surgery are not your only options. There are natural remedies available for knee pain. Explore the possibilities of HijamaHerbs sessions and MalaysianMushroom supplements.

The knee is a complex joint, and it takes a lot of impact from even simple everyday activities. Knee damage can often be reduced or prevented by avoiding impact and strain on the joint.

Possible causes for chronic pain in the knee include:

1. Leg cramps

Cramps are when muscles become too tight. This tightness may be because the muscle is doing too much work without being stretched. If it is stretched and still cramps, the muscle may simply be overused.

Overuse syndrome can affect different areas of the knee. A person might feel a cramp in the thigh or calf near the knee. The sensation resembles a sudden, painful spasm of the muscle. The pain may last seconds or minutes and can range from uncomfortable to severe.

2. Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis is a condition that wears down the cartilage of the joints over time. This condition can easily cause pain in the back of the knee. People with osteoarthritis in the knee may display other symptoms, such as loss of motion or difficulty bending the knee. Inflammation in the joint may make it stiff and painful. This discomfort may also be felt anywhere around the knee. Other forms of arthritis that could be causing the pain include autoimmune diseases, such as lupus and rheumatoid arthritis.

One of the most common injuries in runners and other athletes alike causes pain right behind and around the knee cap. When you hit your stride, you add impact to a bent knee as you take that leap forward, and this is what can cause the pain. Running stairs and doing squats can cause the same reaction. Runner’s knee isn’t a structural problem, meaning your ligaments and cartilage are fine. The problem lies in how your muscles function through the repeated movement of a run.

3. Runner’s Knee

Runner’s knee is when the cartilage in the knee joint wears down. Runner’s knee is the wearing down of the cartilage in the knee joint. When the cartilage is gone, the bones of the knee rub together. Typically, this causes a dull, aching pain behind the knee.

Other symptoms of runner’s knee include:
– the knee giving out or buckling randomly
– weakness in the knee and leg
– restricted movement in the leg and knee
– crackling or grinding feeling when the knee bends

4. Hamstring injury

A hamstring injury is a tear or strain in one or more of the muscles in the back of the thigh. A hamstring strain happens if the muscle is pulled too far. It may tear completely from being pulled too much and can take months to heal fully. Hamstring injuries may be more common in athletes who run fast and in bursts, such as those who play basketball, tennis, or football.

5. Meniscus tears

The meniscus is a piece of cartilage on either side of the knee. Twisting motions while squatting or bending the leg may tear this cartilage. Many people hear a pop when they tear their meniscus. The pain from a meniscus tear may not show up at first but worsen over the next couple of days.

Meniscus tears often cause other symptoms, including:
– loss of knee motion
– weakness and fatigue in the knee and leg
– swelling around the knee
– the knee giving out or locking up when used
– Surgery may be required if a meniscus tear is severe and does not heal on its own.

Shahclan HijamaHerbs methodology is that almost all ailments arise due to blockages. The blockages can be at the physical, emotional and sihr/jinn level. HijamaHerbs practitioners are skilled in finding where the blockages are located. When the blockages are correctly identified, then HijamaHerbs sessions are performed to clear the blockages and pull out the dirty blood. Herbs are provided to help rejuvenate the internal organs. The HijamaHerbs sessions for men is performed by Amin Shah, and for ladies is performed by Nusrat Shah. For more info, visit www.shahclanhijamaherbs.com

MalaysianMushrooms play an important role in recovering from chronic ailments by removing toxins on a cellular level and correcting imbalances in the body. These imbalances include nutritional, hormonal, immune system and acid/alkaline imbalances. When toxins are removed and imbalances are corrected, the body can heal itself. For more info, visit www.shahclan-malaysianmushrooms.com

EhsanEnergetics works on the energetic level to help you with many different mental and emotional ailments such as anxiety, irrational fears, inability to sleep, worry, depression, etc. They come in liquid formulas consisting of herbal, homeopathic remedies and flower essences. Ingredients are very gentle and safe that even infants can take them without any side effects. For more info, visit www.shahclan-ehsanenergetics.com 

MuslimMall is a site of various beneficial natural healing products that are also halalan-tayibban. All products and services featured are approved for Muslims under Islamic shariah. For more info, visit www.shahclanmuslimmall.com

Questions? Contact Amin Shah at 617-787-5151 or email – aminshah@shahclan.net. We are based in Boston, MA – USA.

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