Suffering From Runner’s Knee? Instead of Surgery, Consider These Natural Treatments

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119 Responses

  1. Jen Ha says:

    good information i’ll favorite it!

  2. Betty Beck says:

    Good information

  3. Kelli A says:

    I have been fortunate to not be suffering from this, but will keep this in mind as I do brisk walking for exercise. I will pass it on to my runner friends.

  4. Kelley Koehler says:

    I do not have Runner’s knee, but I do have RA. I found this info really helpful!

  5. Sara Zielinski says:

    Great tips, thanks.

  6. Ashley says:

    Now I can take care of my knee that I hurt a few months ago!!

  7. Barrie says:

    I love the idea of taking tumeric but I find it’s terrible for my heart burn!

  8. Mandy Bruenger says:

    good info!

  9. Angela Asbell says:

    Shared for my friend’s on Facebook.

  10. kim s says:

    My dad has trouble with his knees from years of running. I’ll have to let him know about this! Thank you!

  11. accontests6 says:

    Thank you for the information.

  12. Lynne B says:

    I didn’t know that one of the risk factors for runners knee is not replacing your workout shoes often enough. I agree that turmeric is a super-supplement! I have taken it, along with tart cherry and boswellia for their anti-inflammatory properties.

  13. jill broder says:

    my knees are my only weakness

  14. Christy Peeples DuBois says:

    I am reading more and more the benefits of Tumeric in our diet. Thanks for sharing this post.

  15. Jschuel says:

    Very useful information!

  16. rachael debates says:

    good to know!

  17. Marci Palumbo says:

    great info

  18. Dotty J Boucher says:

    This is all gret information and I have been thinking about adding tumeric to my diet, I have been hearing so many wonderful things about it.

  19. Elizabeth Geiger says:

    I run daily, so learning about Turmeric Curcumin is a potential godsend. Thank you for the information!

  20. Windy LaShea says:

    Interesting

  21. Pam shepherd says:

    I Have It In Both Knees . Thanks For so much great info..

  22. Michelle Northcutt says:

    I’ve suffered from runners knee before and it is no joke! These are great!

  23. Deb E says:

    I have a wonky knee that hurts when I do too many squats and plies, but that doesn’t stop me. I do follow an anti-inflammatory diet, which does help.

  24. Judith Geiger says:

    I use this product and would not be without it. It is fantastic!

  25. Rana Durham says:

    My knee sometimes has problems but I don’t know all this until I read this article things I can do for it! I appreciate the article nd will sure with family !

  26. Camille says:

    Diet is so important.

  27. Angela Barnes says:

    I don’t suffer runners knees but I use coconut oils in my foods for over all joints

  28. ronnie mewbourn says:

    ty 4 all the info

  29. Daniel Cohen says:

    Such good advice here! 🙂

  30. Katt Lewis says:

    I’d like to know more about gout.

    • Gout is a type of arthritis that is caused by the buildup of too much uric acid in the body. This usually occurs in the big toe. The toe becomes very sore, red, warm and swollen.

      If you are prone to gout, avoid foods rich in purines which your body breaks down into uric acid.

  31. Pamela Tenyak says:

    Good information. I know changing my diet has helped me a lot!

  32. rhonda miotke says:

    Thanks so much for all the very useful information

  33. Dolores Miranda says:

    Really great info!

  34. Kaye Newman says:

    Such good information. Tanks for the information.

  35. Mumbaki79 says:

    Being active and a runner myself there are time i suffer from runner knee. It pains me and debilitates me rendering me to doing nothing but slouch. Thankfully my daily intake of turmeric curcumin and intake of natural anti inflammatory foods helped me recover easier. I also learned to correct my form and stance to prevent injuries.

  36. MaryEllen S. says:

    Recently my knees have been giving me a lot of problems, I had just added Turmeric to a lot of the foods I cook

  37. robbie says:

    Good shoes are so important.

  38. Janet Dodson says:

    I will make a copy of this and keep! Thank you!

  39. Penny says:

    Great information to know. I have pain in both knees and I’m glad to hear that surgery is not my only option.

  40. I know in the past I have suffered from a hurt knee, I am glad I read this, I think it has a lot to do with the shoes I was wearing and probably not taking the right vitamins.

  41. Sara Kendig says:

    Turmeric is awesome for inflammation

  42. Caitlin says:

    I’ve never had Runner’s Knee but if I do I the future I’ll be better informed.

  43. Joyce McDaniel says:

    I have learned so much from the information you provided. This will help my granddaughter and her problems with her knee.

  44. Karen Jaras says:

    Can this help with arthritis due to a tibial plateau fracture?

  45. Pam H says:

    As an avid runner, I have suffered from runner’s knee. I find that strengthening and Stretching the Quads and Hamstrings works the best.

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  47. MEG TUCKER says:

    My son is a marathon runner and has recently been raving about the benefits of Tumeric!

  48. cheryl says:

    My spouse needs to read these

  49. Janice Pittenger says:

    Very informative.

  50. timothy says:

    Helpful tips!

  51. peter chao says:

    weight lifting helps

  52. Roger Kaikko says:

    Good to know

  53. dana says:

    It’s not just runner’s knee – spinners knee!

  54. Debbie says:

    Great article, full of useful information! I love Turmeric, it’s a true wellness Gem. Looking forward to trying your brand.

  55. Cynthia C says:

    I think an anti-inflammatory diet is a good idea for everyone.

  56. Carol Ellis says:

    I have been using turmeric and ginger in my green tea to help with pain in the joints of my hands. It has helped quite a bit.

  57. Tara Bixler says:

    “Wow’ so nice to hear about this,I was unaware it even existed.Seem to do the body such wonders,will have to try asap.Thanks so much.

  58. Jeane Campbell says:

    I’m going to share this with a friend who has this problem. Cronic.

  59. Carol Blevins says:

    You should always try this first.

  60. Angela Adelman says:

    I have knee.problems so this aS helpful.

  61. Amber Shand says:

    What great tips. Thank you.

  62. Betsy Pauzauskie says:

    Thank you for the tips. I’m 65 and don’t have the problem(s) yet; but, I will pass these ideas on to some much younger friends who have considered surgery. I’ll also be aware of what to look out for and potential solutions. Wonderful information!

  63. Mary Hodnett says:

    Great information

  64. shanel lewis says:

    I need to try some of this. I am too young to have knee issues and when the weather is colder they ache. Even with exercise daily.

  65. Tamatha Burrus says:

    Very helpful information, I will pass it on to a friend that I know suffers from it.

  66. tesha says:

    Was just in car acc hit both knees ty for the info

  67. Lisa Coomer Queen says:

    This was great! My daughter is a dance teacher and has trouble with her knees. Shared it for her. Thanks!

  68. VICKI RAINS says:

    WISH I WOULD HAVE KNOWN THIS BEFORE I HAD MY RIGHT KNEE REPLACED.

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