Knee & Hip

Exercises included in the Knee & Hip category of PT-Helper's CONNECT exercise prescription service and mobile app are prescribed by therapists and other health professionals for anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury, iliotibial band (ITB) syndrome, hip replacement, knee replacement and other injuries.


An example of pictures within a Knee & Hip exercise is shown below for Hip Adduction - Resisted.

Confused about how to follow the knee & hip exercises given to you by your physical therapist? Here are illustrations to show proper alignment and a mobile app on how to perform these exercises.


PT-Helper knee & hip physical therapy, rehabilitation and wellness exercises for anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury, sciatica, hamstring sprain, femur fracture, hip fracture, hip replacement, hip arthritis, iliotibial band (ITB) syndrome, knee replacement, leg fracture, MCL injury, meniscal injury, meralgia paresthetica, osgood-schlatter disease, osteoarthritis of the knee, patellar tendinitis (jumper's knee), patello-femoral disorder, PCL injury, trochanteric bursitis and other knee & hip injuries.


Available exercises include  Ankle Alphabets, Angled Straight Leg Raise, Ankle Circles, Clam Shell, Eccentric Heel Raises, Figure Four Stretch, Hamstring exercises, Heel Raises, Heel Slides, Hip Adduction, Hip Abduction, Hip Extension, Hip Flexion, Piriformis Stretch, IT Band Stretch, Hamstring Stretches

Hip Adduction - Resisted
Hip Adduction - Resisted

Therapist and other wellness professionals can use the

CONNECT web platform

to prescribe these exercises to their clients,

streamlining your workflow,

providing independence to your patients,

and better allow you to customize and track their results.

Patients who have received

paper copies

of their home exercises

can find these exercises in the

PT-Helper mobile app

and easily add their prescribed exercises to their

Favorite exercise program.


The PT-Helper app is going to

improve your motivation and

accountability and resolve any

issues that will keep you from

completing the recovery

exercises assigned to you.


Before starting any exercise program,

consult with your medical doctor or physical therapist.

The exercise list below includes one icon image for each exercise.

Click on the icon image to see a larger version.


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