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Armchair Exercise – Hip & Knee Raise

Therapyroom1 picture of a man sitting and raising his knees to chest

The hip and knee raise is a fantastic way in which you can keep all your lower limbs moving, especially if you are disabled, elderly or someone who does very little exercise. You might find it hard at first due to inactivity but once you get the hang of it you

The Bridge – Wide Hip Position

picture of man doing the wide bridge exercise

The Bridge has been used for many years as a great exercise for supporting the back and working the thighs at the same time. We love using it as Therapyroom1 for patients with back pain, however in a controlled manner that you can see in the back and chest rehab

Learning to kneel again

photo of knee rehab using a gymball

This exercise focuses on knee pain and how we can treat it, and I am going to give you an exercise that you can do to help yourself.  At Therapyroom1 we see so many people who are suffering from knee pain, and rehabilitation which is specific to knee pain is key.

Armchair Exercise – Criss Cross

photo of armchair exercise called Criss Cross

The criss cross exercise is one definitely for the hips and possibly knees in some cases. Again this exercise will help stretch the muscles, tendons and ligaments of the hip. It is something you can do every day and keep your body moving. We use this exercise as an examination


photo of an against gravity knee exercise

For anyone who has had knee rehabilitation treatment, you will know how hard is can be to get the knee working. At Therapyroom1 we have had patients who struggled with strengthening and conditioning of their quadriceps muscles to take an increased load without being weight bearing (standing up on it)

Back to Sport after Groin Strain

picture of athlete doing a groin injury exercise

A groin strain is one of the most common injuries in sports, especially football and rugby. The term describes a tear or rupture to any one of the adductor muscles resulting pain in the inner thigh or adductor muscles: Adductor Brevis Adductor Longus Adductor Magnus Gracilis Pectineus If these muscles are tensed

Unsupported Knee Rehabilitation (early & intermediate stage)

We treat many people here at Therapyroom1 complaining of knee injuries and in many cases rehabilitation is straight forward and this is one exercise that is  just that. The exercise is designed for sub-acute and chronic stages of injury i.e. at the start of the injury and as it progresses