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Say Goodbye to Knee Pain Mass Market Paperback – November 27, 2007
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Those who need an anatomy and physiology lecture can benefit from the overwhelming excess of information. I've been reading about 15- 20 pages per day for the last 2 weeks and have fallen sound asleep at least twice while reading. Although thorough and complete, it's not at all practical. If you want a really helpful book about knee problems (that's more practical) I recommend "The Knee Crisis Handbook: Understanding Pain,.....(long title)" by Brian Halpern.
I gave this a 3 star because it does have a lot of information. Unfortunately, you'll have trouble staying awake while reading it.
The only reason I took one star off is because it seems to be a bit dated on the medicines available. Most of the medications this book suggests for people with arthritis are the ones that were pulled for causing heart attacks.