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How AposTherapy works Chronic pain from conditions like osteoarthritis of the knee may make life difficult for you. Daily events like climbing stairs and getting out of cars can feel like an obstacle course that you have to constantly overcome. Most knee problems involve cartilage wear, which causes pain. But why do our knees wear out? When we walk, the same force we exert on the ground acts back on us. In most people, this line of force travels along the inner side of the knee joint and creates additional pressure on the injured area, causing pain. Our brain reacts to the pain, sending commands to the muscles to contract around the affected area - creating even more pressure and pain. These two factors generate a snowball effect. The more we use this walking pattern, the more pain we feel. The AposTherapy biomechanical device works to retrain muscles around the knee by adjusting the center of pressure as you walk. By changing the foot's point of contact with the ground, the device shifts the line of force closer to the center of the knee. By restoring alignment and improving gait patterns, AposTherapy can help you live better with chronic conditions like osteoarthritis of the knee. Based on your physical therapist's assessment, you'll wear the AposTherapy shoe-like device around the house or at work generally about an hour each day. When used over time, AposTherapy is designed to help you better manage your knee discomfort, as part of a healthy lifestyle. AposTherapy uses a non-surgical biomechanical device that has been thoughtfully designed and refined over the past 11 years. According to an independent telephone survey conducted by Network Research in November of 2009 including 150 AposTherapy patients in the UK, over 95% of patients are satisfied with AposTherapy, the majority say it exceeded their expectations. To date, over 50,000 people have experienced AposTherapy.

Have you heard about Apos therapy?

1. Have you heard about Apos therapy?

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08/28/2016 Living 1805 16 By: RRR
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