3 Knee Pain Myths exposed
myth (plural myths)
From Ancient Greek μῦθος (muthos moo’-thos, “word, humour, companion, speech, account, rumour, fable”). English since 1830.
A commonly-held but false belief, a common misconception; a fictitious or imaginary person or thing; a popular conception about a real person or event which exaggerates or idealizes reality.
We all know myths like the one about alligators in the sewers of New York City or Friday the 13th bringing bad luck. For some reason, no matter how abstruse those theories, discussions about them are still going on and it seems as if science is losing to superstition and ignorance. No area in life is spared from misconceptions like these, which is why the existence of knee pain myths is no surprise.
I have put together a small 18 page report on what I consider to be the three biggest knee pain myths. We will investigate their origin, as well as their scientific basis. On top of that we will also spend some time examining the 10 biggest contributing factors to knee pain and what you can do to avoid getting knee pain in the first place. Cliff notes:
- The 3 biggest Knee Pain Myths
- The 10 most vital requirements for knee health
- And how to take care of them
This report has been superseded by the free knee health fundamentals ebook