Exercises After Hip Replacement

Use these two exercises after a hip replacement

March 2nd, 2020

Hip osteoarthritis is a serious issue, and up to 27% of adults over 45 have signs of this hip issue. The result is that more than 300,000 total hip replacements per year are done to treat patients with serious hip osteoarthritis.  Physical therapy can have huge benefits for patients after their hip replacement. One study

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Knee Feels Stiff and Tight

These three issues could make your knee feel stiff and tight

February 1st, 2020

Like the hinge on a busy office door, your knees bend hundreds or even thousands of times per day. However, your knee is much more complex than a door hinge. It’s made up of three bones, and the knee also contains ligaments, tendons and cartilage. In addition, this joint is supported by muscles in the

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Knee Arthritis Exercises to Avoid

Avoiding some exercises is smart when you have knee arthritis

January 5th, 2020

People might think that exercising is something they should avoid altogether after developing knee arthritis. However, moving your knee daily can help reduce the pain and other symptoms of this condition. With that being said, there are some exercises that can increase the severity of your symptoms. Four exercises, in particular, should be avoided when

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