How to Use FlexBEAM on Knees

If you haven’t already, read When to use Specific Applications and
How to Use Your FlexBEAM before proceeding.

There are two Sessions you can use for your knee: Session A and Session B. These are slightly different, but each of them has its recommended use.

Session A may assist you to resolve any knee issue that you have been experiencing for less than 30 days. It may also help prepare your knees and legs for running, exercise and other physical efforts.

Session B may support your ongoing knee issues, but it can also be an efficient addition to your efforts to strengthen your knee and leg muscles and boost their endurance and resilience.

Knee Session A

Session A involves using your FlexBEAM for 10 minutes on each of the sides on your knee. You should repeat it every day.

Place FlexBEAM on the front of your knee. Set it to INFRA (3) and hold it for 10 minutes.

Repeat the same 10-minute application, just place FlexBEAM on the back of your knee.

Knee Session B

Stubborn knee issues require an additional application. You should also use FlexBEAM on your lower back for an additional 10 minutes in addition to the direct knee applications. Session B should be used every other day.

Place FlexBEAM on the front of your knee. Set it to INFRA (3) and hold it for 10 minutes.

Repeat the same 10-minute application, just place FlexBEAM on the back of your knee.

Use FlexBEAM for another 10 minutes, using the same INFRA (3) Program. This time, place it on your back, along your waistline.

Check out our guide How to Use Your FlexBEAM for more details about how to turn it on, position it, and apply it properly.

Contact us directly for any additional clarifications you may need.

If you don’t get a result with these suggested applications, please repeat the same applications, doubling the exposure time.

Disclaimer: FlexBEAM is currently sold as a general wellness device only. The information on this website provides general guidance about the FlexBEAM and how to operate it. Recharge makes no declaration about the safety or effectiveness of FlexBEAM, and does not claim to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Use of the FlexBEAM is not a substitute for a consultation with your healthcare provider. Information given should not be construed as medical advice.

Updated on July 27, 2020

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