This will be my third post today on this NAWCC Message Board. A few hours ago my doorbell rang, it was the man recommended by my knee doctor on April 9[SUP]th[/SUP] when I had the accumulated fluid drained from my knees and had a cortisone injection in each knee. It took a few days to do what it was touted to do…lessen the knee pain as I stand or walk with my metal walker that allows me to navigate the little world in which I must live due to cartilage loss in both knees. Now fitted with these new braces called "Unloader One;" it should make a difference in my spirit and my overall feeling. As of this moment I'm wearing the new braces, I do feel somewhat freer in sitting or walking with them wrapped around my knees. Plus, I am scheduled for three weekly injections of some new form of hyaluronic acid made from rooster chicken combs starting April 28[SUP]th[/SUP]. Hopefully, with these new knee braces and the three scheduled knee injections it gives me pause for a great improvement in my locomotion - in the use of my knees in getting around. At this moment I have every confidence that between the new braces and the knee injections, my knees will feel much relief in the near future. We often hear of medical miracles…perhaps, I will be able to brag that it happened to me.