One of the most important points to remember when dealing aches and pains is that it is not always about the site of the pain but the source of the pain.
90% of all knee pain is a direct result of PFTD or Patella Femoral Tracking Dysfunction. Essentially, connective tissue and muscle tissue surrounding the knees form knots and prevent the knee joint from tracking correctly. Here are some simple techniques you can implement to give your body myofascial release or in basic terms, release the knots and adhesions in the muscles
Heel pain can be problematic because regardless of our activity level we're on our feet everyday, and having any kind of foot or heel pain can make life miserable. Although there can be several reasons for the pain, most likely it is a condition known as Plantar Fasciitis. This is caused when the Plantar Fascia, which is a connecting band of tissue that runs from the heel to the base of your toes, becomes strained forming adhesions and scar tissue.