Chronic Inflammation=Chronic Knee Pain

The Most Powerful Inflammation Reducer!!


Knee Pain Recipe’s solution to knee pain is hydrotherapy and exfoliation. Alternating between hot and cold shower creates an environment to heal tissue around the knee and reduce inflammation. 

Hydrotherapy has the effect of:

  • Unblocking stuck flows within swollen knees
  • Increasing the rate of detoxification
  • Moving nutrients more readily to various parts of the body
  • Reducing inflammation naturally
  • Promoting circulation of the immune system’s white blood cells.
  • Healing injured tissue      

The end result is more blood flow, oxygen and healing elements to the knee joint reducing pain and inflammation. 


Western Medicine solution to knee pain is:

  • Cortisone Shots
  • Synvisc-One Injection
  • Nsaids
  • Glucosamine
  • Surgery

Today western medicine plays a big role in prescribing therapies that in some cases temporarily reduce inflammation.

Stages of inflammation

Knee strain, meniscus tears and arthritis pain, trigger Acute inflammation which comes on rapidly, usually within minutes of the pain signal, but is generally short-lived. This system, springs into action to destroy invading microbes, cart away dead cells and repair damaged ones. The acute inflammation dissipates within a few hours or days. Chronic inflammation is a lingering state that persists for months or years when the system fails to eliminate or repair what is causing the knee pain. With no immediate remedy in site this system left unchecked, prompts white blood cells to attack nearby healthy tissue around the knee causing stiff swollen achy knees.

Knee replacement surgery is big business. According to the American Academy of Orthopedics, more than 600,000 knee replacement procedures are performed in the US each year- a number that is expected to grow beyond three million by 2030

Ref: Knee Replacement Stats, American Academy of Orthopadedic Surgeon, , January 22, 2019, Viewed November12, 2019, < >

Ref: Hydrotherapy, DR. RICHARD SCHULZE’S “INCURABLES” PROGRAM, November 1998 Vol. I No. 9, Viewed October 2016, <>