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Knee Pain Fix-Day 3

Welcome to Day 3 of the Knee Pain Fix. Today Dr. Chad is going to demonstrate the standing clam shell exercise... 

This is video is part of a NativePath series to help you naturally strengthen your

body and reduce pain at home. To take the Pain quiz click 

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  • Walter Everling

    I’m following the knee pain fix video starting at day 1
    NativePath replied:
    Hi Walter! Please keep us posted on your progress. Have a great week!

  • isiah floyd

    I have noticed a strengthening of area above, below and on the exterior and interior sides of my knee caps. I also have slightly more flexibility and ability to maintain a low bending position with my knees when playing tennis where being able to stay in a low knee bent position is essential to good ground strokes. Collagen and these exercises appears to be making a different in my performance.