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Navigating Knee Pain: Your Guide to Relief

man sitting on couch holding his knee in pain.

It's that time again – time for another round of Ask Me Anything! Today's question comes from Joaquin T., who's wrestling with some knee discomfort. Here’s what Joaquin asked:

Hi, I'm using your Pain Cream. Both my knees are bone-on-bone. If I continue to use it, will it help with the pain in my knees? Thank you.

Joaquin, my friend, I hear you loud and clear. Knee pain can be a real thorn in your side, especially when it's bone-on-bone contact.

First off, big thanks for giving our Outback Pain Cream a shot. And while our Outback Pain Cream is designed to provide relief for various types of discomfort, it's not a magic fix for every issue. Severe joint problems like yours often require a comprehensive approach.

Here are a few additional strategies you can try to complement the cream and help ease your knee pain:


1. Physical Therapy 🏃‍♂️

Working with a physical therapist can be incredibly beneficial for managing knee pain, especially in cases of severe osteoarthritis where the joint is bone-on-bone. They can provide targeted exercises and stretches to strengthen the muscles around the knee, improve range of motion, and alleviate pain.


2. Custom Orthotics 🦶

For some folks, custom orthotic inserts can work wonders when it comes to knee pain caused by bone-on-bone contact. These inserts are tailored to your specific foot structure and can help redistribute pressure away from the knee joint, providing relief and support.


3. Bracing 🛡️

Knee braces or supports can also be helpful in providing stability and reducing pain for those dealing with severe osteoarthritis. These braces come in various styles and designs, so it's essential to find one that fits comfortably and offers the right level of support for your needs.


4. Weight Management 🍎

Maintaining a healthy weight can significantly reduce the strain on your knees. Even a small amount of weight loss can make a big difference in reducing pain and improving mobility.


    Now, I'm not a doctor, Joaquin, but exploring these alternative options alongside your use of Outback Pain Cream could provide you with the comprehensive relief you're seeking. Remember to consult with a healthcare professional to determine the best course of action for your specific situation.

    And to everyone out there, if you’re in the same boat, keep experimenting and keep pushing forward. Pain relief is a journey, and we’re here to support you every step of the way.


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