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Knee injury, doctor recommended blood stimulation kit? Any thoughts?

Poll Results: Are blood stimulation kits a good investment?

 
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    Yes, I have one and I love it!
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    No, they suck.
 
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Thread Starter 
Hey everyone.

I'm a new member and I really came here with one question.

I ski blue mountain in Collingwood ontario, have been my whole life. Never had any problems, but as we know, the older you get the weaker you are. Unfortunately I am too stubborn to admit it.

My knee has proven to be a problem and with the season upon us, I am afraid of something serious happening.

In talking to my doctor, he recommended I get ahold of a blood stimulation kit.

Now, I'm not to much of an expert on this, and I'd like to ask if any one has any experience, good or bad. Or, if you would get one, because I'm seriously considering it.

So just leave a comment. That would help.

Below is the link if what my doctor had sent me.

Thank you,

Cheers.

http://www.kingbrand.com/Knee-Injury-Treatment.php?REF=Boris1011
post #2 of 3

Welcome to EpicSki!  I know has been a little discussion about various techniques for trying to get gimpy knee to do better.  Try doing a Google search with "knee injury: epicski.com" .

 

Have you come across kneeguru.com?  Based in the UK but lots of North American users.

post #3 of 3
Thread Starter 
Alright. I'll definitely give that a check out. Thanks chief!
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