The Bee's Knees
My name is Merlin and I am a Management Consultant to the small business sector. I live in a small town in Western Maryland and have managed arthritis in the right knee for about 25 years and the left knee for about 15.
Hi, I'm Tricia Lahmann, Holistic Health Coach, Knee Rehab Coach, dance instructor and avid runner. I've made it my life's mission to support people through making the VERY BEST choices in their daily lives so they can enjoy life to the fullest.
Being in control of rehab, being in control of when to push further keeps you calm. It keeps you relaxed because if you do tense up, you're going to fight against yourself.
The X10 Knee Recovery System is used every day to prepare knee replacement patients for their upcoming surgeries. In some cases, it is covered by insurance, but it is available to all who want to make their recovery from knee replacement quick and easy.
My doctor looked at all the data from my physical therapy and she decided that we should add to my therapy. She had heard about a lot of positive results when knee replacement patients used the X10, so she had one delivered to my home.
Chanette was just walking the dogs. Two little Yorkies. As she does every day of her life. But this time was different. Two new dogs emerged along the route. Big dogs. Mean dogs. Headed her way. And instead of being stopped by an electric fence,
Don rolled a dump truck and was thrown from the cab of the vehicle. He was in a wheelchair for months. The X10 Knee Recovery System™ was able to help Don's knee and, surprisingly, his hip as well. In addition to all of his injuries,
And so two and a half weeks after surgery when I returned to work full time and I've never skipped a beat or never missed a day. I'm good, I'm back. I'm in the weight room, I'm in the gym and I'm training on a regular basis and I have full mobility in ...
My experience with the X10 began one rainy afternoon in April, 1974. My boyfriend and I (now husband of 44 years) were riding his motorcycle when we were broadsided by a car. I remember the impact, sliding on the wet pavement towards the intersection.
I went from my bedroom using a walker, walking into the room with the X10 getting up onto that machine. When I got off the machine, it felt better. Then I progressed to a cane and then to no assistive tools.