Most knee diagnoses respond very well to care provided by our expert clinicians. If you or someone you know is suffering from knee pain, chances are physical therapy can help. Below is additional information about knee conditions, what to do if you have pain, and some recent clinical research that we hope will empower you to make the right decisions for you.
By improving strength of the muscles that control the thigh (i.e. your hip muscles), you can stabilize the knee joint. Here are three exercises you can perform that might help. Ask your physical therapist first before you start this or any other exercise program.
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