Wall Squat

In this video, you will learn how to properly execute a wall squat. This exercise is beneficial for improving strength of the leg musculature before or after undergoing knee surgery, or after sustaining an injury. When performing this exercise, feet should be approximately shoulder width apart, and knees should not bend past the toes. This exercise can be done 2-3 times daily, at 3 set, 10 repetitions, with a 10-second hold. NOTE: Consult with your doctor or physical therapist before completing this exercise.

Supine Straight Leg Raise

In this video, you will learn how to properly execute a straight leg raise. This exercise is beneficial for improving strength of the leg musculature before or after undergoing knee surgery, or after sustaining an injury. This exercise can be done 2-3 times daily, at 3 set, 10 repetitions, with a 5-second hold. NOTE: Consult with your doctor or physical therapist before completing this exercise.

Supine Piriformis Stretch

In this video, you will learn how to properly execute a supine piriformis stretch. This exercise is beneficial for improving flexibility of the gluteus muscle group before or after undergoing knee surgery, or after sustaining an injury. You should feel a constant pull through your buttocks, but avoid stretching to the point of pain. This exercise can be done 2-3 times daily, at 1 set, 10 repetitions, with a 5-second hold per leg. NOTE: Consult with your doctor or physical therapist before completing this exercise.

Supine Hamstring Stretch

In this video, you will learn how to properly execute a hamstring stretch. This exercise is beneficial for improving flexibility of the hamstring muscle group before or after undergoing knee surgery, or after sustaining an injury. You should feel a constant pull through the back of your thigh, but avoid stretching to the point of pain. This exercise can be done 2-3 times daily, at 1 set, 10 repetitions, with a 5-second hold per leg. NOTE: Consult with your doctor or physical therapist before completing this exercise.

Standing Quad Stretch

In this video, you will learn how to properly execute a quadriceps stretch. This exercise is beneficial for improving flexibility of the quadricep muscle group before or after undergoing knee surgery, or after sustaining an injury. You should feel a constant pull through the front of your thigh, but avoid stretching to the point of pain. This exercise can be done 2-3 times daily, at 1 set, 10 repetitions, with a 5-second hold per leg. NOTE: Consult with your doctor or physical therapist before completing this exercise.