Start lying on your stomach with your knee off the edge of the bed. Try and bring your heel to your butt. Resist this movement with your other leg like shown in the video. ...

Sitting on a bed or couch, remove your knee immobilizer Place the non-affected leg underneath the surgical leg. While assisting yourself, slowly let gravity help as your knee goes into flexion. Use your non-affected leg to assist the surgical leg...

After an injury or surgery, it is very common to have swelling and edema in the knee. To help control the swelling and prevent a serious complication called a deep vein thrombosis from forming in your calf, it is imperative to perform ankle pumps once...

HOW: Maintain a split stance position with your affected leg in front. While maintaining this position, slowly punch forward with your opposite arm, placing more weight/pressure on your front leg. FEEL: While you are punching, you should feel the muscles of your front leg...

HOW: March in place with one leg at a time. When in the marching position, you should aim to lift your knee to waist height. With your down leg, squeeze your hip and knee as strong as possible. FEEL: Feel sturdy and strong as...

HOW: March forward on one leg at a time. When in the marching position, you should aim to lift your knee to waist height. With your down leg, squeeze your hip and knee as strong as possible. FEEL: Feel sturdy and strong as if...

HOW: Maintain a single leg squat position on one leg. With your opposite arm, pull your elbow just to your back. As you pull, do not let your body come forward. Keep your weight on the balls of the feet the entire time. FEEL:...

HOW: Start on a slightly elevated box with your heels off the edge. Push up onto the balls of your feet with both feet. Shift all your weight to your affected side so you are standing on one leg. Slowly lower yourself as far...

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