Knee Injuries, Knee Pain Videos

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Medial Collateral Ligament (MCL) Injuries
What is a medial collateral ligament (MCL) sprain? The medial collateral ligament (MCL) is the knee ligament on the inner part[...]
Knee ACL Injury: Squat Clock Reaches
This is a great exercise for developing strength, balance, and proprioception after you have sprained the ACL ligament in your[...]
IT Band Syndrome
What is IT Band Syndrome?Iliotibial Friction Syndrome is one of the most common causes of “Runner’s Knee” and can account[...]
Knee Sprain ACL, MCL: Bosu Ball Lateral Shuffle
One of the most common knee injuries is an anterior cruciate ligament sprain or tear. Place your left foot onto[...]
Knee Ligament Sprain: Lunge Squats
It’s important to retrain the pushing off dynamic strength in your core stability and lower quadrant after a knee ligament[...]
Overuse Knee Pain: IT-Band / Lateral Quad Stretch
Start by lying on your good side with the tight Iliotibial Band or “IT-Band” facing up. Keep your inner core[...]
Functional Rehab for Hip, Knee and Ankle
This exercise is great for the functional rehab to strengthen your hip, knee and ankle with your core stability. Start[...]
Rolling Out the Ilio-Tibial Band (IT-Band)
Place the roller on the ground or your yoga mat and put your lateral thigh onto the roller. Gently roll[...]
Knee ‘ACL’ Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries
Function of the ACL The primary function of the ACL is to provide stability in the knee and restrain anterior[...]
Knee Injury Prevention Guideline
Knee and ACL injuries commonly occur in sports such as soccer, ultimate, and rugby. Athletes may require months to even[...]
7 Things To Do For Stronger Knees
Stretch your IT band. Spending some time stretching and warming up your IT band before diving into a strenuous activity is[...]
Exercises That Help Prevent Knee Pain
Build pain-proof kneesProtect and pamper your knees now, and they'll keep you striding strong and pain-free for life.Here are key[...]

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