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Knee OA Exercises – Part 2- Physiotherapy Kitchener, Waterloo

Knee OA Exercises – Part 2 Pillow Squeeze This move helps strengthen the inside of your legs to help support your knees. Lie on your back, both knees bent. Place a pillow between the knees. Squeeze your knees together, squishing the pillow between them. Hold for 5 seconds. Relax. Do two sets of 10 repetitions. Switch […]

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Treat Osteoarthritis with Exercise- Part 1- Physiotherapy Kitchener- Waterloo

Treat Osteoarthritis with Exercise- Part 1 Osteoarthritis means that you have pain in a joint and your doctor does not know the cause. Your blood tests for the known causes of joint pain are all normal, so you do not have an immune disease such as rheumatoid arthritis or gout. Your X-rays may show broken […]

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Low Back Pain Part 2- Physiotherapy/RMT-Kitchener,Waterloo

Low Back Pain- What Can you do? Part 2 Try: Bird Dog Start on your hands and knees, and tighten your stomach muscles. Lift and extend one leg behind you. Keep hips level. Hold for 5 seconds, and then switch to the other leg. Repeat 8 to 12 times for each leg, and try to […]

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Low Back Pain- Exercises Part 1- Physiotherapy, RMT Kitchener, Waterloo

Low Back Pain- What Can you do? Part 1 Lower Back Pain: How Exercise Helps You may feel like resting, but moving is good for your back. Exercises for lower back pain can strengthen back, stomach, and leg muscles. They help support your spine, relieving back pain. Always ask your health care professional before doing […]

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Knee Pain Reduction with Weight Loss

Researchers studied 454 overweight and obese older people (average age 55) with knee pain and X ray evidence of arthritis. They were divided into three groups and followed for 18 months: 1) intensive diet-induced weight loss plus exercise, 2) intensive diet-induced weight loss, or 3) exercise. Knee pain decreased and function increased significantly in the […]

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Knee Pain and Foot Pain

Top of Form Knee Pain, High Arches and Foot Pain Runners with high arches are at increased risk for suffering stress fractures, small cracks in the bones of their feet and lower legs; and those with low arches are at increased risk for knee cap pain. When you run at six miles per hour, your […]

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