I am an FP physician who has spent my career in what would be considered traditional medicine. Truth is, how I would tell a patient to treat knee pain is dictated by “standard of care” and insurance companies. What I would actually do, and what I actually did when I had knee pain was go see Dr. Wennerstrom at McDonagh. I’m a runner and tennis player so a knee injury could easily diminishes my quality of life. It’s one thing to try prolo and ozone once and it worked. BUT for it to work a SECOND time, 3 years after the first, after orthopedics and my traditional medicine colleagues recommended an MRI and a steroid injection….is my testament to this clinic and their approach to treatment. I’ve never had an MRI or a steroid injection. I’m back on the tennis court and running my regimen. I’ve done this for my knees and my great toe which has diagnosed osteosclerosis. I thank Dr. Wennerstrom for doing what she does and showing that there are other options when the traditionalists and “everyone else” thinks otherwise.