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2 Exercises for Groin and Knee Pain


Short video addressing common reasons why ground and/or knee pain develops and two exercises to get to the root of the problem. Addressing muscular dysfunction through therapeutic exercise continues to prove to be the most effective and evidence-based intervention for common musculoskeletal conditions such as tendinitis, bursitis, sprain/strains, joint pain and muscle tightness.

These exercises involve minimal equipment and are easy to perform at home, in a hotel room, or at the gym. All you need is:

  • Chair/bench or some form on a firm elevated surface
  • Your own bodyweight

Exercises covered in this video:

  1. The Adductor (Groin) Side Plank
  2. The Rear-foot Elevated Split Squat (Bulgarian Split Squat)

Also covered in the video are common reasons why groin and/or knee pain may develop and why these exercises can be very effective once a patient is out of pain.

 

More related reading:

Why Therapists Should Understand Strength

The Solution to Long Term Improvement of Back Pain

Advanced Training for Elite Athletes

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