I have had prolonged PCL injury of the right leg, from nearly two decades ago, that has worsened over time due to continuous physical stress. It was treated, by a therapist at Kinesiology Asia, in addition to her sessions to help me with my sleeping disorder.As my knee was typically injuired along with other ligamentious, I not surprised to find out ACL and TFL muscles were tighter than usual on the right leg. This has affected my range of motion and in the week before the treatment caused radiant pain on knee while flexing and relaxing, both when lying down and when walking. It has been amazing how the therapist first relieved the tension of TFL AND ACL, eventually, worked up the “frozen” PCL. MY KNEE WAS PAINFREE WITHIN A COUPLE HOURS POST SESSION! And, result has been persistent so far, for two weeks.Having had this experience (which I frankly did not expect), I would readily suggest to others who have long term or even acute muscles/ligaments/tendon strains or issues seriously consider Kinesiology as a treatment option.
Thank you for giving me the chance to reflect on the changes I’ve experienced since beginning Kinesiology a few years ago. Back then, I had chronic knee problems since year 2000, and various other issues including emotional trauma. Many years were spent using a cane to assist in walking Kinesiology helped to identify that among the root causes for the knee was dormant psoas muscle. Trauma trapped in the body was also released. I can’t say enough about the benefits of Kinesiology and feel like I have a new body at 58 years old.