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11 Strengthening Exercises that Help Decrease Knee Pain

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  • Pics and/or videos PLEASE! - 3/14/2016 7:57:19 AM
  • Please add pictures or demo's. Need to see how to do them. I would like to try this but not sure how. - 2/26/2016 8:34:50 AM
  • Please revise the article and add pictures! Also, the two-foot support DOES seem way too high. If it's correct, illustrate or explain. If it's incorrect, as so many of us seem to think, it throws into doubt everything else that is written on Spark. Your credibility is at stake! We trust you to give us correct information. - 2/18/2016 7:38:47 AM
  • NANATERRI1
    Thankyou sovery much for this article. I do have very bad knees. Bone on bone. - 2/17/2016 9:16:54 AM
  • FROGSMILE
    I agree with the picture people. I also think that a 2 foot step up is quite high. - 2/5/2016 9:20:42 AM
  • Had knee surgery for a torn meniscus and was told that I had arthritis in my knees. In just the past week my knees have started to ache after walking :(
    - 11/25/2015 9:52:17 AM
  • After both knees replacement these are the exercises done with a pt. 4 years later I still do them 3 times a week! - 11/16/2015 2:47:29 PM
  • GOLDIEJOHNSON26
    These are powerful and useful tips! Thanks for sharing. Taking care of your knees is a hard task especially if you're an athlete and you’re exhausting your knees too much. Applying hot compress can help too! For additional treatments available for knee pain, here’s something that can help you: https://www.placidway.com/search/India,Ort
    hopedic/Knee Surgery,/search.html - 10/20/2015 2:43:50 AM
  • MIELMANI
    I'm sure these are great exercises, but how is it a personal trainer doesn't realize that we n need a video (or at least photos)? I couldnt figure out a couple of the exercises from the description. As a personal trainer, you wouldn't phone in your instructions, would you? Or send written instructions on how to use certain equipment or do certain exercises? You should know better! - 10/11/2015 9:04:39 AM
  • MIELMANI
    I'm sure these are great exercises, but how is it a personal trainer doesn't realize that we n need a video (or at least photos)? I couldnt figure out a couple of the exercises from the description. As a personal trainer, you wouldn't phone in your instructions, would you? Or send written instructions on how to use certain equipment or do certain exercises? You should know better! - 10/11/2015 9:04:39 AM
  • My husband had double knee replacement in the spring of 1996, he was back to work in nine weeks, a truck driver so he was up and down out of the truck serval times a day. He was a poster child for double knee replacements, never had any trouble with his knees once he was healed from surgery. He past away in 2011 from other health problems but he went out with good knees even after 14 years of hard work. - 8/17/2015 10:34:02 AM
  • Pictures would indeed help and be greatly appreciated. I have done many of these exercises before and after my knee replacements...I want my new ones to work effectively for as long as they possibly can. My long term goal is to replace them only twice in my lifetime. Glad I have my new ones, but that was a year I would love to forget! For me, knee health/performance are key, and exercising keeps them tracking correctly and performing as they should! - 8/17/2015 7:35:00 AM
  • I tried all the exercises before I read the entire article. Oops! Drawings or a video would be helpful; I agree. I wasn't sure I was doing a couple of them correctly. - 8/16/2015 1:31:36 PM
  • I agree, photos or a video please. That way we know we are doing them correctly. - 8/16/2015 9:56:35 AM
  • I need exercises that will help my hurting painful knees. I have wonderful knee joints but the cartilage behind my knee cap is gone. Yesterday I was injected with gel to hopefully help with the pain. I was told to always wear my knee brace and always use a cane to help lesson the weight load on knee. With that information what exercises can I do to help my knee pain while trying to get the extra weight off? - 7/17/2015 6:17:23 PM

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