Dr. Robyn Benson
“I would like to remind you your knee joint is the largest joint in your body and an important one. It can be overwhelming to think how much wear and tear our knees take over a lifetime.”
Dr. Robyn Benson is a Doctor of Oriental Medicine (DOM) who brings an innovative and game-changing approach to today’s health care. Robyn offers the most advanced and cutting-edge therapies, procedures, and products designed to renew, restore, and revive health called A.R.T.: Amplified Regenerative Therapies.
Dr. Benson, author, speaker, and self-care and Regenerative Medicine* expert, is known by many to be THE health detective with life-changing solutions! She has been the owner and founder of the Santa Fe Soul Center for Optimal Health (now Regenerative Medicine) for close to two decades.
For almost 30 years, Dr. Benson has applied her considerable knowledge of acupuncture, platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy, herbs, IV therapies, and her love for healthy travel to help patients resolve acute and chronic health challenges and to achieve optimal and sustainable health without the use of pharmaceuticals or surgery.
Knee pain is one of the most common complaints of Americans of all ages, according to the Mayo Clinic Health System. The pain can result from an injury, arthritis or other condition.
Our knees are significant to moving our bodies and to simply get around. It isn’t something many people think about until they are in pain.
Some of the biggest challenges I find for patients with knee or joint pain have been ways for them to describe what is causing their pain. If you don’t understand the anatomy of you knees, its ligaments, tendons and bones, it can be complicate conversation. Learning more and having patience to implement natural regenerative solutions, rather than a quick fixes like surgery, is a discussion many are now valuing. Always give a proven natural solution a chance first and allow your body to tap into its own resources to heal itself, when this is an option for you.
Title: Stop the Knee Pain Naturally!
- Understand the anatomy of your knees before any discussion of treatment and pain prevention.
- Learn about the bones and tissues around your knees.
- Understand your knee has a unique ability to rotate and bend.
- Tend to your tendons and have a clear visual understanding of your ligaments.
- Find ways to define your knee pain so your doctor can help you get to the root of the problem.
- When to use hot or cold therapy or a walking aid.
- The reasons surgery must be the last resort.
- Learn simple and low impact exercises for your knees to be done at home and at your gym.
- The good and bad impact shoes have on your knees.
- Ways to work your core, i.e., Tai Chi, Yoga.
- How acupuncture can help and the many benefits PRP or Prolozone therapies can offer patients with knee pain.
- A great list of natural supplements for your joints and how certain foods can be your medicine.
Resources for a Younger Lifestyle:
11 Knee Pain Do’s and Don’ts – https://www.webmd.com/pain-management/knee-pain/knee-pain-dos-and-donts#1
Learn natural solutions for knee pain and more: https://robynbenson.com/prp/
TV interviews and a runner’s testimonial of natural pain relief with Dr. Robyn Benson – https://robynbenson.com/prolozone/
Get access to your free eGuide, “Help Me, I Have Joint Pain.” https://robynbenson.com/joint-pain/
“Knee pain is a common complaint among people of all ages and can become achy due to a variety of different reasons.”
“Because of the knee’s unique ability to rotate and bend, the knee is known as a swivel joint.”
“If you’ve been told that you need surgery or something else you consider too drastic, don’t be afraid to get a second opinion.”
“It’s been found that people who are overweight have a higher chance to develop arthritic knees. Many in the medical field say many can lose about 20% of their pain with every 10 pounds of weight loss.”
“By activating your body’s natural pain relief system with acupuncture which can stimulate the nerves, muscles, and connective tissues, patients can receive pain relief for their knees.”