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Dan K
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I came in complaining of lower-leg/knee pain during running, potentially IT Band Syndrome. I was told I had weak hips and needed corrective footwear. Upon undertaking a core-strengthening routine and purchasing stability shoes (which were incorrectly prescribed) the pain only got worse. Only after consulting with an orthopedic doctor who specializes in knees did I find out I had severe damage to the cartilage in and around my knee, including to the meniscus. This condition wasn't caused by the treatment, but the treatment certainly didn't help! Also, I did not like how the "physician" I saw kept trying to get me in for recurring sessions of physical therapy (to their financial benefit, of course). They also used very "technical" language and made it seem as though they were performing specialized physical therapy services when in reality they just performed common stretches on my leg that I could have done at home for free. Overall, it cost me over $200, but more importantly, I wasted 6 weeks on a useless treatment. Lesson Learned: Go see an orthopedic doctor first to ensure no structural issues exist by using x-ray scans and MRIs. Only after a structural problem is ruled out, then proceed to a chiropractor (such as SST) - not the other way around - if the problem cannot be solved through an orthopedist or by yourself.
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