Features January 2019 Issue

Exercises for Knee Pain

Hamstring curls: Standing behind a chair or holding the kitchen counter, lift one foot from the floor backwards, as if you were trying to bring your heel to your buttock. Then slowly lower the foot to the floor.

Exercises for Knee Pain

Sticking to a regular exercise program can get you back to doing the activities you enjoy.

Getting a diagnosis of knee osteoarthritis doesn’t mean you have to give up the activities you enjoy. But it will require some effort to establish a routine of doing the types of exercises that will help to ease pain and stiffness.

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