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Neuropathy and Brain Neuroplasticity

Neuropathy | Last Active: Oct 24, 2021 | Replies (87)

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@johnbishop Thanks, John. Yes, I think you use this as well, don't you? For some reason, it looks like it would be hard on the knees, however, it is advertised to be good for bad knees. Do you find it OK for your knees?

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It’s actually easier on the knees than a treadmill in my opinion. It does take some getting used to because of balance. I used my walker the first couple of times in front of it so I could brace myself if needed. I bought some Nordic walking sticks to use with it and that helps the balance.

I can assure you Teresa, riding a bike is excellent for people with knee problems, as it is a regular , no jarring movement. It actually improves the knee, as the exercise strengthens, both calf and thigh muscles, which tightens and protects knee joint function

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