Knee Pain


Knee Pain

By Lindsay L. Trottier, DACM, L.Ac.

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39 year old male presenting with acute knee pain from insidious onset. The pain is on the lateral border of the patellar tendon of the right knee. He has pain with walking and climbing stairs. There is pain with palpation at the tendon and with flexion/extension of the knee while in a supine position. He rated the pain before treatment at a 4 out of 10.
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Right knee pain along the lateral border of the patellar tendon.
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A1: Right: Foot Yangming Stomach Meridian
A2: Right: Hand Jueyin Pericardium Meridian
A3: Right: PC 3a three needles
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Instant pain relief after insertion of the needles.
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One treatment. This patient comes in for weekly acupuncture for stress relief and other chronic pain. His knee pain was completely relieved after one treatment and has not reoccurred for the subsequent two months.
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