Ingrid K.

I have had chronic knee pain to some degree or another for quite a while and have visited medical professional on at least two previous occasions. One recommended surgery. Instead, I opted for physical therapy, which did help. Another suggested that I stop all weight-bearing exercise and take twelve ibuprofen a day. Common sense prevailed; I decided not to follow his advice. In fact, I added weight training to my exercise routine, which also helped. Last summer I was in Rochester with my daughter’s basketball team when my knee stated hurting badly enough that it was painful to even walk, especially downstairs. Several of the girls’ parents had visited Dr. Lovett for various complaints and all raved about the results, so I decided to give this chiropractic professional a try. (Ironic that it was the parents and not the players who were in need of attention.) Anyway, Dr. Lovett adjusted my right knee and leg to the extent that I was able to walk out of his office with NO PAIN! Now, I don’t know what exactly Dr. Lovett did, but I do know that it worked. My knee remained completely pain free for about six months. Now, nearly a year later, it bothers me a little bit once in a while, but not anything like before Dr. Lovett’s treatment. Why haven’t I visited him again? I live in Massachusetts, and I really don’t need to. But if I did need to, I would seriously consider a trip back to Rochester!

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