Exercises to Help With Meniscus Pain
Foot bones have 26 and more joints. Balancing on one foot requires a number of touch poin
Before balancing exercises, increase blood flow to the joints.
Hamstrings are the back-thigh muscles. It stabilizes the knee and hip by crossing them.
Straighten your knee with one foot on its heel in front of you. Maintaining a straight fr
ont knee, sink your hips back.
Stabilization exercises after warming up. "The Challenge the dynamic integrity of the kne
ecap, the foot, and the hip" with single-leg balance exercises.
Push the hips back and bend the knee to balance on one leg. Lift the dumbbell laterally to shoulder height with one hand.
This workout challenges single-leg balance dynamically.
Swing the opposing leg out to the side and cross it back over the balanced leg.
Lunges build single-leg strength, but the forward lunge isn't good for meniscus patients.
Reverse lunges send knee pressure to the hamstrings and glutes.