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The Vastus Medialis Obliques is a very important muscle in the knee. It is responsible for keeping the kneecap in place, ensuring the kneecap doesn’t move to the outside of the knee. Learn why it’s important and how you can rehab or strengthen it. After ACL surgery this is a important muscle to exercise rehab for musculoskeletal health. The VMO is also responsible for firing first, if the outside quad fires prior to the inside (VMO), then the kneecap tracks out during leg straightening.
osteoarthritis, ACL repair or injury, meniscus tear we lack knee flexion and extension ( bending and straightening the knee). In this video you will learn how to regain certain movements after your injury.
The knee is in the middle and takes a great load from the body. If we get injured, have knee Osteoarthritis, are recovering from a ACL injury or repair we loose mobility at the knee we need to regain mobility of the knee joint.
In level 1 knee strengthening exercises you are going to focus strength of the muscles that give the knee stability. If you are struggling with knee pain, or musculoskeletal rehab this video is for you.Are you
Are you finding your quads are tight, or maybe your hips are tight? If you have tight hips, have hip pain or knee pain, this video is for you. This video will help you with your musculoskeletal rehab if you are struggling with tight hips, knee pain or just generally are immobile.