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Question: What is a Pain Relief Video Guide?
The Pain Relief Video Guide is the foundation of the program. I go into detail about what you need to know to better understand your injury, your options when it comes to your knee replacement, what to do and not do for knee replacement, key components of a knee replacement exercise program, and I go through the full 9-step program.
The Pain Relief Video Guide is just like you are with me in a session and I am explaining everything you need to know about the Knee Replacement Handbook program.
The Pain Relief Video Guide is a recorded video presentation that you can download to your computer, burn to a DVD, watch on your phone or view right off the internet, which takes you step-by-step through the program. You can download the video at work or at home and view it when it is convenient for you, even in the middle of the night.
Question: How does a Pain Relief Video Guide work?
After getting Knee Replacement Handbook, you will be directed to details on how to access the video guide and full program. You can then view and download the video guide. The instructions to view and download the video guide are easy to follow and quick to do. If you have any problems, contact me (firstname.lastname@example.org) and I will help you out.
Question: Do I have to watch the Video Presentation all at one time?
No, you can watch the video presentations whenever you would like (even at 3 am), at your own pace and re-visit any aspects of the video presentation when you like.
Question: Can I burn the Video Presentation onto a DVD?
Yes, you can!
You can download the video presentations to your computer and then burn the video presentations to a blank DVD.
This allows you to watch the video presentation on a DVD player at home, on your laptop, or on a different computer that has a DVD drive.
Question: Can I watch it on my phone or tablet?
The video guide is in a M4V format that you can view on your phone or tablet.
Question: Why do so many people prefer to learn through a Pain Relief Video Presentation?