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KNEECAP REHABILITATION exercises    active  |   supplementary

KNEECAP REHABILITATION
Supplementary exercises


 

Exclusively those patients in whom pelvic dysfunction has been diagnosed by the doctor or the physiotherapist should perform the following exercises.

 

Kneecap rehabilitation

Kneecap rehabilitation
  • Lying supine, elevate the extended limbs to 90 degrees. Push the limbs towards the ceiling by elevating the pelvis. (3x10)
  • Lying on your back, bend your knees and close your legs together. Drop the knees to one side and put your hands on your nape. Elevate the upper part of your body 3x25 times without twisting it.
  • Lay on your side. Lift your top leg slightly above the horizontal plane. Keep it in this position and lift the other leg to touch it, and then put it back down 3x30 times.
  • Laying on your stomach contract the buttock (gluteal) muscles. Bend one leg and raise it slightly. The buttock muscle should remain contracted. Keep this position for 10-15 seconds. (3x).