Functional Exercises For Knee Rehabilitation

These are activity or sports-specific exercises and include more complex exercises and agility drills but in a controlled environment. They bridge the gap between basic knee strengthening exercises and returning to more sports-specific training.

Leaning tower at wall

A marching linear

A marching lateral

Lunge walk

Sumo kettle bell side squat

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