This sounds like some solid advice. I was told that weak hamstrings and glutes with stronger quads was causing an imbalance that was causing the pain.If i am having knee pain, I will get a sled and pull it. When you're able to....
This is a natural way to build up hamstings and glutes also, which will take shearing force off your knee.
I believe patellar tendonitis is the issue in question. I have this issue in both knees. The left knee is feeling much better, while progress in the right is lagging behind a bit since I started physical therapy, though I have seen major flexibility gains in the right knee. as well.I used bpc-157 and TB-500 and it healed my patellar tendonitis quite swiftly. On the other hand, I also have chondromalacia and I heard Pentosan Polysulphate has the ability to regenerate cartilage. Buying it soon.
Sound advice. I am going to the physical therapist twice a week now. I have much increased flexibility and stability as I am walking around. I am optimistic the psychical therapy will work.Absolutely do NOT do this unless you are wanting to schedule surgery.
I told the surgeon that I really didn't want my knee cut unless there was no other choice, and what alternatives were there. He paused and said, well I guess you could try 6 weeks of physical therapy. 2 months later I was water skiing. No surgery, just 6 physical therapy sessions at $60 a piece.
Be wary of the medical industrial complex insisting you need lots of invasive treatments. Just find out what the damage is and go from there. And anyone else reading this: TAKE CARE OF YOUR KNEES. I believe them to be the weakest point of the human body, and the hardest to heal.