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Avatar n tn Stretching the front and back or your leg to increase the flexibility in your knee. Perform stretching exercises at the end of your workout when your muscles are warm. Stretch the front of your leg in a standing position by bending your knee and raising your foot up toward your backside. Grasp the ankle with your hand to enhance the stretch. Stretch the back of your legs in a seated position with your legs extended on the floor. Fold forward over your straight legs to stretch your hamstrings.
Avatar m tn After six weeks, patients begin weight bearing and other exercises for another six weeks. Low impact exercises are started at 12 weeks with full exercise at 16 weeks. Return to sports Guidelines is rigorous and you must seek your orthopaedician’s clearance to be able to perform sports specific drills at top speed.
Avatar f tn Rehabilitation after arthroscopic meniscectomy carries little or no risk. Rehabilitation is continued until the knee has regained full range of motion and strength . Strengthening and coordination exercises can be tried after discussing with your orthopedician: Lateral lunges, front lunges, half squats, leg press, lateral step ups, knee extension (90-40 degrees), hamstring curls, hip adduction and abduction, hip flexion and extension, toe raises, try all of these under an instructor.
Avatar f tn Worked for me, my fatty thighs went down real fast and I have not had to have surgery for 10 years now as I increased the ligament and quad muscle strength which support the knee.
Avatar m tn My biggest obstacle is my left knee, which was quite heavily injured 5 years ago while I was playing basketball. It was treated by a surgery followed by physical therapy. However, my left leg has been noticably weaker than my right leg ever since. One of the reasons I started weightlifting was so I could try to fix these imbalances.
Avatar f tn Once you are able to walk short distances unassisted, it is important to regain the strength in your leg muscles with resistance exercises. You can do the early rehab exercises with light ankle weights or resistance bands, and you can ride a stationary bike at varying degrees of resistance to strengthen your muscles and work on your range of motion at the same time. Consider taking yoga or tai chi classes.
Avatar m tn t have enough thigh strength. I do the exercises daily he instructed and they seem to not work anymore. Right now I am running winter track. I was wondering if there is any way to stop or even reduce the pain.
Avatar m tn Im 15 years old thats the title.
Avatar n tn To lose thigh fat and build size in your butt, your workout should include both cardiovascular exercise and weight training. It’s not possible to target your thighs for fat loss. If you exercise regularly and make changes to your eating habits, as your body fat percentage decreases, you’ll see improvements everywhere, including your thighs. Cardio will help you increase the number of calories you burn to help your fat loss.
Avatar n tn I had back surgery and now am afraid to exercise. Are there any exercises I can do that will help promote weight loss and toning without hurting my back?
Avatar f tn She/he will check strength, tightness and alignment. of all the muscle groups/ You may be given exercises to strengthen, loosen or align.I had treatment with massage, needles and (my favourite) ultra sound. I then had a prothesis put in my shoe which cured the knee pain. Funny but true! I try to remember to do the exercises because they have helped a lot but when you feel better my resolve is not so good. I hope you are a better patient than me!!
1936411 tn?1333831849 But I would like to be proactive and begin building a repertoire of exercises which will help me improve my gait and leg strength now (rather than wait to see if things get worse later). I know several of our members are attending PT and some have pieced together some routines on their own that have helped. I would love to hear about some of the specific stretches/exercises they feel have been beneficial. If anyone has any good websites or videos to share, that would be great as well.
Avatar n tn m scared to walk far for fear my knee will just give out. There is no warning. I can walk but my knee does hurt some afterwards. I walked a mile on the treadmill and swam and that seems to be good but do I need an MRI so I really know what is going on? I can't fit on a regular MRI due to my weight and will need an open MRI . It is all so embarrassing. I am a nurse that knows better. What exercises can I do to strengthen my knees and thighs so I can function better.
5987839 tn?1381922502 They get you up and moving almost straight away now, with rehabilitation focusing on early mobilisation of the knee joint, building up quadriceps and hamstring strength.....rehabilitation usually includes walking, bending the legs, and doing exercises that stretch and build up the leg muscles. All of which is going to be more of a problem for you with the preexisting spasticity and mobility issues, but in a 'normal' person recovery generally ranges anywhere from 3-8 weeks.....
Avatar n tn Either it is reconstructed surgically, or the injury is compensated for with a combination of bracing, activity modification, and exercises to build up the strength in the surrounding musculature. Exercise should focus on building up the strength in the hamstrings. These muscles pull the tibia backand help to compenste for the laxity created by an injury to the ACL.
Avatar n tn You want to bend your right knee in front of you, try to reach your chest or even better, your face, with one knee, then extend your knee as far to the right side as possible, so it looks like it is perfectly beside your hips, and you want to try and get your knee up to your shoulder. Then do it as fast as you can! Kick your knee up and try to reach your own face, (please don't actually knee yourself in the face) then do it sideways.
1070610 tn?1279274410 Also I cannot relax knee down while slightly bent (spread legs apart with slightly bent knee) It also causes strain on the knee area and feels like its pulling the knee cap. With the last relapse the quad muscle (left side only) started tightening around the top and inside of the knee and slowly worked up the leg to the top and groin. I am waiting to see a physio about it but just wondering if this is spasticity or some other problem.
645800 tn?1466860955 I ended up having the same therapist as I had for my knee surgery so he was well versed on how my body was doing. First on the list was going over what has been happening to me lately. After explaining all of the new things to him since I last saw him about 6 months ago he commented that it sure sounds like I have MS. After that he started testing the stength in my legs and feet. He then commneted on how much worse I have gotten since the last time. Of course I already knew that.
Avatar n tn For being almost 50 I am in good phyiscal shape (except for my knees ) Before the surgery I did 45 minutes on the Elliptical 3 days a week and other strength exercises the other 2 days. The arthroscopy was done on my left knee which is almost bone on bone. He cleaned out the torn Meniscus the best he could and also removed a loose body that was moving around in there. He said I am probably looking at having a TKP within a year to a year and a half.
Panda Thank you for responding. Every Monday and Wednesday, I take "U-jam" and every Tuesday and Thursday, I take "Body Combat" Both classes are at 24 Hour Fitness. U-jam is a hip-hop class and Body Combat is a mixed martial arts class. They are group x classes and are great cardio that focus on HIIT (high intensity interval training). I used to take martial arts when I was in high school, so Body Combat and Turbo Kickboxing are right up my alley, next to any type of dance.