Effective Ways To Eliminate Knee Pain!


Knee pain. Its one of those things that isn’t that bad until its that bad. Apparently being the joint that constantly carries around 75% of our body weight comes with some painful side effects. These painful side effects can include inflammation, arthritis, tendinitis,  and other unpleasant issues. If you’re one of the countless people who experience knee pain, we’re here to help. We want to offer you some proven ways that can begin alleviating your knee pain so that you can get back to being healthy and whole!

This health hack is all about getting your healthy knees back!


  1. Get Some R.I.C.E In Your Life! 

We’re not talking about the delicious grain we all love to eat, we’re talking about the acronym you’ve got to live by when experiencing knee pain, or any joint pain for that matter.


R stands for REST. Your body is going to heal the most while you’re sleeping. its extremely important you get plenty of rest after getting an injury or dealing with chronic pain.

I stands for ICE. Icing your painful joint will help to reduce inflammation and swelling. We would recommend icing for 15-20 minutes at a time. Ice multiple times a day as needed.

C stands for COMPRESSION. Compression will also help to reduce swelling. Use elastic bandages like Ace wraps, or other compression knee sleeves for added support.

E stands for ELEVATION. Elevating your painful joint is important. This will allow the fluid that’s draining from the inflamed area to flow back down into your heart. This will help reduce pain and swelling.


2. Stretch, Stretch, And Stretch Some More!


Okay, we get it. This ones takes discipline. But the discipline of stretching comes with crazy benefits! Here are some of the positive effects daily stretching can have on your knees, and body for that matter!

  • eases tension and pain
  • helps your joints keep their full range of motion
  • can alleviate deep tissue pain and stiffness
  • improves circulation to the muscles and joints
  • helps elongate your muscles and prevents injury


3. Exercise Your Legs!


When you’re knees hurt, exercising is probably the last thing on your mind. The fact of the matter is your knees and muscles need to be worked out to remain healthy. We would recommend doing exercises that cause less strain on your knees like walking, swimming, biking, and at home workouts. Exercising can also help shed off a few extra pounds, which can have a significant effect on reducing join pain and inflammation.


4. Eat Foods That Your Knees Will Thank You For

Green And Red Healthy Food

It should come as no surprise that our diet has a huge impact on the way our bodies feel and operate. The joint pain you’re experiencing could simply be a lack of nutrition. We want to share a list of some of the most powerful anti-inflammatory foods out there! By incorporating some of these foods into your diet, you may begin to experience reduced pain and swelling in your joints! Here are some of the foods you can add to your grocery list (if they aren’t already on it)

  • turmeric
  • broccoli
  • berries
  • nuts
  • oily fish
  • tomatoes
  • ginger
  • pineapples
  • spinach
  • chia seeds
  • dark chocolate
  • apples
  • avocados

and many more! If you want to read more about turmeric, which is one of the best anti-inflammatory foods on the planet, check out our health hack post here !


Joint pain is no joke, especially in the knees! However we believe that if you follow the tips we offered, you will begin to experience reduced pain in no time! The exact cause of knee pain can be tricky to say, so if you follow these steps and are still experiencing pain we recommend you see a physical therapist who specializes in joint pain. They can narrow it down and give you a customized therapy plan to get you healthy again.

Thanks for visiting our blog, like and follow for future posts! We hope this health hack helps you live a more abundant life!



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