Post-surgical right knee replacement.
The client received a knee replacement after several years of compensating for the discomfort. He had developed a limp and his mobility was limited. The medication he took for the pain caused drowsiness and fatigue. So he spent more time in bed or asleep on the recliner than he liked.
What I found was significant atrophy in the lower leg and the lower portions of the upper thigh. The level of atrophy indicated that this was long-term and was most likely prior to having the surgery. Most of the supporting tissue for the knee was not fully engaged which meant that engagement for these areas were minimal at best.
My first priority was to increase the level of blood flow to all areas that supported the knee. Blood is the only thing that can heal inside the body and the very low flow needed to be addressed immediately.
My second step was to increase the elastin, collagen, and ATP to the area to increase the negative spaces between the layers of tissue to increase the ability of a natural systemic function to occur. This allows for the tissue to be nourished, detoxified, and oxygenated at higher levels.
My third priority was to sculpt the tissue back into its normal positions so that each portion of the leg can resume normal form and function.
All along the process, we focus on encouraging the major systems of the body to optimally function to create an environment within the body to promote healing at the highest levels.
The client was happy because he was able to walk without pain and resume normal activity in less than a week of starting his treatment.