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Basic quad activation in a seated non threatening position
This video demonstrates an exercise you can do to strengthen your joint before or after joint replacement surgery. Visit http://www.pennstatehershey.org/web/boneandjoint/patientcare/patientsvisitors/services/jointarthroplasty for more information about our care services.
To begin strengthening the quad muscles at the front of the thigh the athlete lies on their front with a rolled up towel under the ankle so the knee is very slightly bent. They then [More]
Early recruitment and strengthening of the quadriceps, especially the vastus medialis oblique (VMO), is critical. Atrophy of the quadriceps happens immediately from joint effusion and disuse. The quadriceps is vital for improving the stability of [More]
Sit on the floor, and tighten your right thigh (quadriceps) muscle by actively tensing/squeezing the muscle, noticing that as you do so your leg will naturally straighten slightly. To finish, just relax the quadriceps muscle. [More]
Having trouble getting your patient to contract their quadriceps muscle? Well, there are many ways to help activate it. Biofeedback is a great way to get the quad working again. In this video I talk [More]
Quadriceps isometrics help minimize muscle loss after surgery and facilitate full knee extension ROM. BSR Physical Therapy – Barnegat, Manahawkin, West Creek NJ. https://www.bsrphysicaltherapy.com
Isometric quad exercises. For more information on knee exercises visit: https://www.sportsinjuryclinic.net/rehabilitation-exercises/knee-hamstring-thigh-exercises Buy knee supports (UK) – https://www.upmedical.co.uk/collections/knee-supports For more information on knee pain visit: https://www.sportsinjuryclinic.net/sport-injuries/knee-pain
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