The Single Leg Balance Assessment is a reliable tool developed and used to evaluate balance. Please watch the video to get a visual demonstration of how to perform the test and what to be mindful of. Below you will find a description of how to...

HOW:  Get set up near a wall or an object such as a chair to ensure safety if you were to lose your balance. Slowly shift your weight laterally all the way to one side trying to put 100% of your weight onto one...

HOW:  Get set up near a wall or an object such as a chair to ensure safety if you were to lose your balance. Raise your heels and maintain this position for the entirety of this exercise. Slowly shift your weight laterally all the...

HOW: Get into a comfortable position on a chair or bed with your foot elevated and supported on a surface so that your leg is straight and parallel to the ground. Let gravity pull your knee into extension and/or use your hands as needed to...

HOW: Get into a comfortable position on a chair or bed with your foot elevated and supported on a surface so that your leg is straight and parallel to the ground. Place your foot into bag handles and place one handle above and below your...

HOW:  Get a band set-up around your knees and start in a mini squat position. Shift your weight to one side of your body and pick up the other foot. With the leg you picked up – step directly to the outside and tap...

HOW:  Begin this exercise by balancing one leg on a foam pad. Next focus on hinging primarily at the hips. This is achieved by bringing your torso forward and pushing your butt back. Kicking out the back leg may make it easier for you...

HOW: Walk backwards. As you take a step with your involved leg, work on “staying strong” and squeezing your glutes and quadriceps as you make contact with the ground. The goal is to feel strong on your leg like no one can push you...

HOW:  Begin in a split stance by placing one foot behind you. Lower yourself down and allow your back heel to raise off the ground. The motion on the back leg should largely be coming from the big toe. Push into the ground once...

HOW: Begin on your hands and knees. Push back into a child’s pose, round your back within your tolerance. Focus on bringing your butt as far back as possible, ideally, your butt will touch your heels while dropping your chest towards the floor. Keep...

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