New Ways To Treat Knee Pain & Home Remedies For Knee Pain Relief

New Ways To Treat Knee Pain & Home Remedies For Knee Pain Relief

Many of my patients often ask if there
is a way to prevent knee surgery? Sometimes these surgeries absolutely
necessary, but often people rushing the surgery when they don’t really need to. I’ve seen patients push back and even
prevent their knee surgeries even when their bone on bone just using
these technologies I want to show you now. Most people have
either twisted jammed or torn something in you knee at some point in their life. Over time the pain from the knee injury
goes away but its functions never truly the same. Eventually the malfunctioning joint
becomes hypermobile or sloppy and wears out on evenly. Then at that point the
pain and swelling returns and the joint slowly self-destructs. There are two kinds of arthritis you can
get your knee. One is osteoarthritis or degenerative
joint disease. This is caused by just wear and tear,
like an old injury catching up with you. The other kind is much more rare. The
other is an autoimmune arthritis such as rheumatoid arthritis or psoriatic
arthritis. The way to tell them apart pretty easily is to check the
distribution of the arthritis. If it’s just didn’t kind of one or two
joints it’s probably wear and tear osteoarthritis. If it’s systematically
the same all over your body like, both knees hurt, both hands hurt, both wrists
hurt, then that’s much more likely an autoimmune arthritis. This is usually caused by a sensitivity
in their diet whether eating something they shouldn’t be eating. One of the more
common trauma and sports-related injuries is known as the unhappy triad. It consists of tearing the anterior
cruciate ligament the medial collateral ligament and the meniscus. If they’re completely torn you’re going
to need surgery but if they’re only partially torn there’s a lot of things
you can do to rehab and stabilize that joint and avoid costly surgery. if you want to manage your knee pain
naturally there are two areas you have to address; inflammation and
stabilization of the joint. there are some common supplements that
you probably know about that can help repair cartilage that’s been damaged.
Like chondroitin sulfate MSM and knee lubricating oils. One of the new
technologies that is amazing with inflammation are called cold quartz lasers.
You can either go to a doctor for that or you can actually buy your own. In
the article I linked below it does show you more about how lasers work and how
to get one if you want one. One of the most critical things you can
do any pain is to stabilize your feet. I’ve never seen a patient who has knee
pain that has good arches. Everyone I’ve ever treated had bad feet. I like this poster from foot levelers, it
really explains how bad feet affects the whole body; from the shoulder to the
pelvis, to the knees, and to the ankles. What you really need to take away of
this is if your arch drops it will usually cause pain on the same side and
the knee. If your knee pain is ultimately caused
by your bad arches, then you can do all the exercise, or get
all the chiropractic adjustments you want and its really never going to
stabilize. The bad foots just going to keep pulling the knee out of place I recommend getting foot leveler CRA
orthotics. They’re the best I’ve ever seen to take
care of knee problems in my practice. Usually have to have a doctor get this
for you, so just ask them for that. There are two main kinds of orthotics their
kind that make your feet feel good and there’s kinds that can correct
structural problems. so if you go to the store like you know
Walmart or whatever, and you’re buying those kind, those usually just make your
feet feel good but they don’t do much for structure. If you get the other kind those are
custom orthotics where you go to a doctor and have the made and those can
correct structure to put the arch back in your foot and realign your knee and
realign your spine. One important side note is you want to
stay away from ridgid orthotics. A lot of podiatrist will cast them out of plastic where they don’t move. The problem is
this might make your foot feel good but it drives all the force into your knee. You need a proper strike from heel all
the way to toe off and there needs to be flexibility and the orthotic so you want a flexible orthotic not a
rigid or you can develop even more knee problems. If you have really bad knees
say like bone on bone arthritis you want to look into something called
distraction what this is is is kind of a traction
unit that pulls the knee and opens and closes it. This allows nutrients to flow into the
synovial capsules and joints and can promote healing of the joint. If you’re
on a tight budget and can’t afford to go to a doctor for distraction, you can always get an ankle weight. Hang the
weight and rotate your knee around like a pendulum. Gravity will distract and open
the joint then alternate putting the weight on for about a minute and taking
it off for a minute. maybe do a set of 10. If you determine
that your arthritis is because of autoimmune issues then you really got to
handle that through your diet in the article i’ve linked below it will show
you the best anti inflammatory and plant-based diet I recommend. Just follow
that link. Since we’re talking about diet the same diet also works really
well for weight loss believe it or not just one pound of
extra weight causes of four fold impact on your knees. So if you calculate that out if I walked
a mile that would be an extra 4,800 pounds of
pressure I’m exerting into my knee joint just by
gaining one pound. So even losing just a little weight can
make a huge difference on your knees. Another useful method is to actually go
to a chiropractor and get your knee realigned and put back into place minor misalignments can really wreak
havoc on the knee. Chiropractors use various different techniques to address
that. Once you get your knee stabilized by the chiropractor, sometimes a brace is a good idea and
also exercise. Once the joint stable enough I find the rebounder especially this
brand the cellerciser, is very good at rehabbing sloppy knee joints. Be sure you get a quality rebounder the
cheap ones will pronate your feet and cause even more knee problems. If you
have a lot of nerve pain, tingling or numbness in your knee, This device is really excellent it’s called a rebuilder, and besides
being just a regular tens unit it has a bunch of other excellent
features it has an EMS pulse the tens unit but the most important is the 7.83
frequency which promotes nerve healing. If your nerves damaged it can
actually strengthen the nerve and help a lot with those symptoms. I hope this story helped give you some
new information on dealing with knee pain and remember you get much more
detailed information at the article below. Just click that link in the description
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  • Edie Katz says:

    I just tried your knee exercise. WONDERFUL !! Thank you , it feels so much better, after just a few minutes. Thank you so much for sharing your information.

  • Maria Coelho says:

    Thank you I have a knee pain and I'm been looking for this type of opinion coz I don't want to go for a surgery, if it is possible i can do as you are saying thanks

  • Nadir Hussain Haredesh says:

    l have to be blind l never saw any excersies on this video but explanations

  • sexpot u want me says:

    all my physical therapists have did that knee excersise but they would but weights on the tell me NOT to move at all.?

  • susy shepard says:

    Thank you you are a genius.

  • cowpoke02 says:

    my knee just went . been a problem for ever . other one probably go .  probably combo deal but maybe i also finished a ligament or tendon off. over active and farming the hard way .. funny how you learn everything after you can't fix it .. society needs to be shaped for humanity and health not money and deception .. i would of been healthy and started business by knowing what i know now but you have to not have information with held .. great video .
         WHAT state you work out of ?  doctors are okay when they actually care about patient and not money . lol.

  • Giraffy Peace says:

    The knee will get better. Hung in there.

  • jeffmack57 says:

    I guessed this vid was from a Chiropractor………………. I was correct………….😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

  • damara pineda says:

    I wish I had this info ealier I’m 26 hurt my left knee by dancing it gave up snapped I have my knees slightly to left for a x ray apparently I’m born with it with my injury it got worse my left knee cracks all the time at work when walking scared to run do any sport activity doctor told me I snap it one more time I need surgery apparently to her I hurt my minisculious bone I don’t think so she hasn’t gone deeper this very helpful tho pain in my left kneee really bad during winter or sleeping usually I can’t sleep much I feel fustrated as a young person having knee problems this age thank you I like this info I will try what u say my family doctor told me where brace when I go to gym or sports even walking not right 🙁

  • Dianne Hughes says:

    This is wonderful information.  I just made the decision to cancel a scheduled knee replacement surgery and work on getting healthier without surgery.  I fully intend to start using these exercises.  Thank you again!!!!

  • Debbie Jesic says:

    Hi Dr. Tarrin P Lupo. I'm suffering Osteoarthritis in both knees and Spinal Stenosis watching your video has giving me some hope, Thank You!

  • Rose Kay says:

    so much pain even i sleep i think its wounded and sounds crazy most pressures is on right side of my body i think it because of how iam standing

  • Barclay says:

    People have since beginning of written word. So diet and supplements are all BS

  • Walt Junovich says:

    Thank you, this is literally the BEST most common sense video on knee issues I've seen yet !.

  • peturssp says:

    Is cold laser treatment covered by health insurance companies?

  • peturssp says:

    You mentioned: See a chiropractor to get knee realigned. Please provide clinical evidence supporting this info.

  • peturssp says:

    You mentioned: TENS unit at 7.83 frequency. Pleas provide clinical evidence supporting your info.

  • Eithne Brown says:

    I had a Bakers Cyst which brust and give me alot of pain

  • barbara antulov says:

    Great information, thank you

  • Ashwini shinde says:

    Hello…want to know…if bone of knee cap is broken into pieces and removed permanently…everything is going good but after 15 yrs it starts paining badly…what to do? Is there any solution for this problem?

  • LiveLaugh MakeLove says:

    Gotta keep the inflamation down or your joints will deteriate.

  • Keshav Kolhapure says:

    Very good

  • Pat Curtis says:

    Best way to cook turkey crown

  • Shane Lamell says:

    I wish you would have gone on more about the athens for the knees.

  • Jim Bob says:

    Another chiropractor, how did I know that.

  • Jolly Dash says:

    I did heart surgery so unable to do knee replacement so what can I do please suggest me.

  • Annabelle Betancourt says:

    Thank You Dr. Tarrin for sharing your most excellent knowledge in a concise manner. It's been very helpful. Where can I find a rebuilder?

  • KEWAL AHUJA says:

    sir hwo to free stiff knee .

  • KEWAL AHUJA says:

    i am unable to band my knee

  • j h says:

    Is it possible to regenerate /repair a 'chronically' torn meniscus using this exercises?

  • kira perez says:


  • Agbor Paki says:

    Hello dr, I have severe knee pain. It's started after a had a accident. Now I cannot bend my knee completely. When I try to force it to bend further, hurts severely. I have been following some home made remedies but I still cannot get rid of the pain completely. I have never have any knee pains prior to the accident. I am a biker, so I spend most of my time daily riding on a motor bike…. What should I do?????

  • Dennis Dowd says:

    Truly enjoyed your video, a lot of work to do it. I am having a partial knee done in a few days. I can't wait for it to be done. I don't have arthritis but blood flow has stopped to the bone and it has died. I have to lose over 100+ lbs, which I had bariatric surgery to help me with. Though all of this has taken 2 + years to accomplished, it has saved my life losing so much weight. Also it foreced me to start a aquatic exercise program at my local YMCA and that has also totally helped me with my depression, diabetes, high blood pressure and my weight loss. I go 3 – 4 times a week. Being in the water and doing a exercise routine has been wonderful. I know that suggest this type of exercise post – knee surgery, once I heal enough to get back into the pool.

  • Jill K says:

    I have rigid custom orthotics from my podiatrist to correct foot issues. I stopped wearing them and my knee started hurting. I assumed it was due to not wearing the orthotics. When I attempted to wear them, my knee pain was immediately exacerbated and my knee almost locked up. I could barely walk with them in. You have confirmed what I experienced yet my doctors thought odd.

  • Shagun Mahajan says:

    Ghutne ke movement na ho to kya kre

  • Shagun Mahajan says:

    Ghutne ke movement na ho to kya kre

  • John Douglas says:

    Please help me my knees are bad l have been told injections will help but I’m not sure I won’t to go down this path side effects such as bleeding in the knee how can u help me

  • Bill Ricke says:

    Are the orthotics you mentioned by name better than the ones that you can get at The Good Feet Store? If so, how are they better? Thanks for the great information!


    I have knee broblem it's swollen please assist me

  • Delowar Hossain says:

    Halo sir , I am from India ,age 29yrs. I had a grade 2 tear at the root of medial meniscus and posterior horn of lateral meniscus . Dr advised me for a surgery . Is there any other way to cure it without surgery ??

  • Mardan P. says:

    What do you think about Prolotherapy? My right medial meniscus is torn.

  • Linda Ollenu-Ludwig says:

    Thanks So Much for Sharing With Us Such A Wonderful Knowledge and experience. Remain Bless. I like it

  • Monica Mangondato says:

    injection na sugary ang kanya knee u bawal sa kanya man exercise u

  • Monica Mangondato says:

    bawal sa kanya man Kain na baboy or pig

  • Monica Mangondato says:

    injection na lang ang kanya knee sugary injection siya

  • William Spence says:

    Stay in your lane Dr.! Your generalizations will in the long run cause more pain.

  • Ruqs. says:

    Thanks a lot…

  • Ikrun Orthopaedic Saw Drill says:

    very useful video, many thanks Dr. Tarrin !

  • Kathleen K Parker says:

    I never much realized about the foot arch being related to the knee issues. Hmmm. Going to check that out! Thanks. I have had knee replacement for my right knee. Went to PT for that leg and knee for 3 summers, trying to keep my knee well enough to continue my photography business. Well, I finally went as far as I could on a bone on bone knee. Pretty sure all of this began during a few years when I was helping someone in a wheelchair and lifting it and storing it. Those things weigh about 47 pounds. So, I want to keep my left leg and knee healthy and hopefully NOT become a surgery candidate. You have provided info that I have never heard about. Thanks for that! By the way, I am allergic to MSM and chondroitin pills. I have had the gel-fluid put in my knee. It did not do a lot of good. Nor did the cortisone shots…well very well. The right exercise seemed best to me, to keep my upper leg(s) strong. Thanks very much, Dr. Lupo.

  • Ann McFarlane says:

    Good to find a video with alot of integrity, am looking forward to increasing my knowledge base and helping others with pain management as an LMT and in decreasing my own pain levels as well. Thank You !

  • Rex Hamann says:

    Definitely a thumbs up. Haven't really tried anything yet but much of what you are prescribing is in line with my philosophy, esp. with respect to diet. For me, sugar makes my right leg light up like a Christmas tree and I wonder if I'm having a blood clot, seriously. I know how that feels because I had a bad one nine years ago. This past February, my wife and I were in the middle of a sugar fast and had finished over three weeks. I found myself in a location where it was the perfect time for a chocolate bismarck. I ate it and loved it. Three days later my right leg was so bad I had to get to a doctor and they actually thought I had sprained my MCL which I had not. There were other issues which I later found out about, but the point is that the sugar I ate (on an empty stomach) caused an episode of inflammation so bad it was scary. Just unreal how diet affects our joints, especially, and in my case also my lower back. And I love sugar!!! (but it HATES me…..). Thanks again for the great vid.

  • Anthony Tommy says:

    Hi Dr. Tarrin, My name is Anthony Tosi. I tore my medial meniscus, and the orthopedic doctor that I saw said it would require surgery to remove the tear. Now I am wondering if the cold laser would help to heal the tear? Since the ortho said a tear will never heal to the cartilage, but I think otherwise, I cured my frozen right shoulder with Arnicare gel, the Arnica pellets, excersizes, and a TENS device bought at Walgreens, so why will I not be able to heal a cartilage tear? Can you please give me your input as to what homeopathic remedies and supplements would work to heal the tear?, I greatly appreciate this.

  • Natasha Mhm says:

    My doctor assumed i have ocd cause i have a small ball moving in my knee. Can it be bursitis and not ocd. Can the inflammed bursa move in the knee or produce smth movable. Please answer i am concerned. I'm gonna make MRI on Monday. I have never had problems with my knee. This chronic pain that appers only when the ball goes in certain possitions started 2 months ago.

  • VeganSyd Most says:

    Thank you, this is the best help I've found on my own after going to the Kaiser Permanente Clinic. I fell on top of my left patella at home, and you mentioned a plant-based diet! Yes, I've been rawfood vegan for 45 years, so I'm not on medications. I will do all you suggest, and wow! My feet are the flattest! Now I have some goals to work toward. Thanks so much!

  • VeganSyd Most says:

    I like the plant-based diet! I've been vegan for years and hope this broken kneecap heals well not needing surgery. Then I will do something about these flat, flat feet! Thank you.

  • goesfastandfar says:

    Very informative and helpful tips, especially about the feet. Great exercises too, along with some diet changes. Thanks for posting!

  • LR Laboratories says:

    prevent surgery? the one way is using Canadian licensed product Arthron 5. This product helps you recovery before bone damaged. OA and RA will be recovered in months. Use it before bone damaged or beginning stage.

  • mark lister says:

    So my ACL, PCL, MCL and upper miniscus all completely torn do I need surgery, I have a lot of pain and can barely walk

  • real liphe says:

    I'm a new sub. I love you already bro. Much appreciated

  • Braydenator says:

    Any skiers here

  • Marianne Lottes says:

    i can hardly walk any more . so now am avoiding gluten . loose weight . and doing the exercise . hope it helps .

  • Suzie Hatfield says:

    How much weights do I try on my ankles to help put knees

  • jazmyn M says:

    Is it bad to have knee pain that can go in the upper leg

  • dynamic75 says:

    Thanks for putting together this comprehensive video and informing people that there are alternatives to surgery.

  • Juan el Parque II says:

    Swimming really helped me. And since it's summer time, it's also a great way to cool off at the same time.

  • David Coomber says:

    This is a advert

  • Nathan Barnett says:

    I thought dr.lopo played fortnite

  • buddika gangabadaarachchi says:

    It seems valuable video thank you so much


    Good to avoid knee replacement.

  • Lis Engel says:

    Is it not possible to train the arch in the foot ?

  • Calico says:

    I have a severely pronated, flat right foot, and now in my later years, have developed pain in my right knee, usually along the right outer side.  I've been advised by an orthopedist to undergo a knee replacement even though my x-ray only described "mild arthritis," and my foot condition is not taken into consideration.  You are the first doctor to suggest there is a connection between the two, which I've always known!  Now I feel hopeful of getting a correct diagnosis and treatment plan.  I'm saving your name and video for future reference.

  • prema kumari says:


  • rabeena khan says:

    I don't know if you are still replying to comments… But I have a bleeding joint, my knee would get swollen quite often without any reason and filled up with blood,I've had it drained like 6 times already, MRI and xtray does not show any injury or damages, dr want to shave off tissues to stop bleeding, but I don't know what to do, I'm not overweight and not too active either,I'm just a busy mom of twins

  • G * 59 says:

    Im not athletic so I don't know why my knees hurts….Could knee pain be from me being 497lb?

  • Chris Rosenkreuz says:

    Coincidentally, 7,83Hz is the Schumann resonance frequency of the Earth. It's actually no coincidence at all and only natural it would promote nerve healing… It would've been more of a coincidence if it didn't

  • Ramdai Mohamed says:

    Thank you I will try to do the exceise

  • Ann R. says:

    What if you have a bone-on-bone knee, but pain really isn't much of a problem ? But swelling is a problem, and so is stability {sometimes} and issues like being unable to squat, or walk very much, or do certain exercises because of the knee ? If you want to avoid surgery, what on earth can you do about "bone on bone" itself, forget "pain" since there isn't much pain going on.

  • MrBrigitte66 says:


  • Robert Blount says:

    Thanks Doc. Information much appreciated!

  • Jerry Parker says:

    Thank You DR. !
    My knee, hip and lower back are killing me !

  • Barbara Bennett says:


  • Virginia Cook says:

    Hmmm. I dont have fallen arches ! But have bad knees. My husband got them from a,doctor and he had lots od pain on his feet. I have my doubts about this

  • Jj Jj says:

    i wish i could buy the 'rebuilder' but i can't afford it, it cost almost 12oo dollars. =(

  • Romarani Malakar says:

    Thank you 🙏.
    Good advice.
    Appreciate it.

  • Me you and the Animal says:

    I used to compete in Olympic weightlifting. As you can imagine, massive load to the knees.
    Distraction does help.
    I use an inversion table and it helps my knees

  • Jadwiga Buczyk says:

    Whatever! Not much helpful!

  • Carol Tufaga says:

    Thank for this video . Very knowledgeable and is helping me treat my knees with cautious.👍💯

  • LiftWeigh says:

    It pops allot when I rotate it in circle. What does that mean?

  • John Henke says:

    I have been using boswellia extract since my diagnoses of osteoarthritis in June. I had another x-ray in July and saw improvement. It's September now and I have very little discomfort.

  • Takeshi Miyagi says:


  • Takeshi Miyagi says:

    makes sense to me!

  • Suren Das says:

    Being overweight can turn your entire world upside down! No more suffering from knee pain, even if you are overweight. Try out these easy to do exercises for a quick relief.

  • Keshav Timalsina says:


  • jane buitron says:

    Great information! Thank you Dr. where can i find a rebuilder tens unit?

  • Henry Tran says:

    I cracked my knee once had the sound after that I felt it better. It has been contracted some points there.if we bring a heavy stuff that is easy make our knee the time later knee have problems. That is my experience case.before when I turned 17 age I brought a cement bag about 50 kg on my shoulder go up four of floors a lot of times for construction works.i was 16 ,17 I made money to support my stuff and clothes. Mom just helped food daily. At that time we were so poor.

  • Wanous 1966 says:

    Your body does not grow cartilage so if your knee is bone on bone it must be replaced only way to fix it

  • Yourself says:

    I have two bad knees and my arches have always been very high.

  • Sanjay Bhardwaj says:

    Great knowledge share Dr. Thank you so much

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