Kinect PT: Goodbye Achy Knees

EXCLUSIVE: GAINING LASTING RESULTS FROM PRE & POST SURGICAL REHAB • Do you have knee pain? • Do you have difficulty bending or kneeling? • Do you suffer from osteoarthritis? If you suffer from knee pain when you do normal everyday activities, then there is help with the proper treatment plan to get your mobility back! Complementary and Alternative Remedies for Knee Pain Relief

Your surgeon has done a fine job in surgery repairing your damaged body. However, this doesn’t guarantee full success in your ability to return to normal activities. Prior to and after surgery, joint motion and muscle strength are lost quickly. Proper rehabilitation is required to restore normal joint movement and return your strength. Depending on the injury and type of surgery, this can be a simple rehabilitative process or a complicated recovery. Our expert physical therapists in treatingmanypostsurgicalpatientsmeanswecanachieve excellentoutcomes foryour recoverynomatter theextentofyour injury. We are with you every step of the way. Contact us today at Chandler, San Tan Valley, Glendale & Mesa, AZ centers to learn how we can help you recover quickly from your surgery with empowering results. Our post-surgical rehab program is ideal for: • Knee, hip and shoulder joint replacements • ACL, MCL, PCL and LCL tears of the knee • Meniscus and arthroscopy surgery recovery • Shoulder post-surgical recovery for rotator cuff tears, arthroscopy and more • General rehabilitation after surgery

Try these two movements that target the knees! If you struggle to complete these exercises, contact the clinic nearest you today to schedule an evaluation.

Hamstring Stretch. Lie on the floor or bed with both legs bent. Slowly lift one leg, still bent, and bring your knee back toward your chest. Link your hands behind your thigh, not your knee, and straighten your leg. Pull your straight leg back toward your head until you feel the stretch. Hold for 30 to 60 seconds, then slowly bend your knee and lower your leg back to the floor.

Leg Raise. Lie flat on your back on the floor or bed with your arms at your sides, toes up. Keep your leg straight while tightening your leg muscles, and slowly lift it several inches. Tighten your stomach muscles to push your lower back down. Hold and count to 5, then lower your leg as slowly as possible. Repeat, then switch to the other leg.

SAN TAN VALLEY 480.568.4580

MESA 480.833.2778


GLENDALE 623.934.1154

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